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Report: Ex-Titans Safety K'Von Wallace To Sign With Seahawks

Former Tennessee Titans safety K'Von Wallace is singing with the Seattle Seahawks, according to NFL Network. Wallace played in 10 games with seven starts last season for the Titans.

NASHVILLE — The Seattle Seahawks and former Tennessee Titans safety K'Von Wallace have agreed to a one-year contract, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports. Financial details have not been disclosed yet.

Wallace played in 10 games for the Titans with seven starts and accumulated 46 tackles and two pass breakups. After training camp ended in August last year, the Philadelphia Eagles released him.

The Arizona Cardinals claimed Wallace off waivers, and he played in seven games, starting five. During his stint with the Cardinals, he contributed 43 tackles, an interception, and three pass breakups.

The Eagles drafted Wallace in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft from Clemson. He has played in the NFL for four seasons, appearing in 62 games and starting in 19. Wallace has recorded 153 tackles, an interception, and eight passes defensed.

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