The Tennessee Titans have given quarterback Marcus Mariota another possible target as they agreed on a one-year deal with veteran wideout Eric Decker. Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported the signing, which came two weeks after Decker was released by the New York Jets.

The Titans did not immediately confirm the signing while there were no available details about the reported deal. According to Pro Football Talk, the deal may not be a huge one as no leak about its details came out of the media. The Titans were the only team visited by Decker after he was among those released in a house-cleaning move by the Jets.

Decker is the fifth wide receiver currently signed by The Titans, who picked Corey Davis in the first round and added Taywan Taylor recently. They also have Harry Douglas and Rishard Matthews. The signing will bring Decker and his family closer to home as they live in Nashville in the offseason. Decker’s wife is country music star, Jesse James Decker.

Decker solid contributor for Broncos, Jets

Decker suited up for the Denver Broncos for four seasons before joining the Jets as a free agent in 2014. During his tenure with the Jets, Decker caught 163 passes for 2,183 yards and 19 touchdowns. In 2015, he received 80 passes for 1,027 yards and 12 scores.

Decker played 30 games in his first two seasons with the Jets but played just three games last season due to a partially torn rotator cuff before he was placed on the injured reserve Oct.

12. Decker ended the season with nine catches for 194 yards and two touchdowns. After undergoing hip and shoulder surgery, the veteran wideout joined the Jets’ offseason conditioning program and first two-plus weeks of OTAs while wearing a red, non-contact jersey.

Rookie wideout could make difference for Titans

According to Titans coach Mike Mularkey, Davis could make a difference for the team this season due to his competitive nature. The Titans picked Davis fifth overall in the 2017 NFL Draft out of Western Michigan. He was the second wide receiver from the MAC drafted in the first round, behind Randy Moss.

The 6-foot-3, 209-pound Davis holds the all-time FBS career receiving record with 5,285 yards. Last season, he caught a career-best 97 passes for 1,500 yards and 19 touchdowns last season. With his height and built, Titans wide receivers coach Frisman Jackson said Davis can be an intimating figure against opposing squads that can give the Titans’ running game a boost.

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