Titans add special teams help with Aaron Francisco


The pre-camp roster tweaking is hitting high gear, as teams make last-minute adjustments to their 90-man rosters.

The Titans made a move Friday to add some special teams depth, signing safety Aaron Francisco to a one-year deal, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean.

Francisco has played 75 games (23 starts) with the Cardinals and the Colts, and has spent time in camps with Carolina and Detroit.

He’s perhaps best remembered as a Cardinal for being on the other end of Santonio Holmes’ game-winning touchdown for Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLIII, trying in vain to push Holmes out of bounds before the dramatic play.

1 responses to “Titans add special teams help with Aaron Francisco

  1. Actually he is best remembered for his cheap shot earlier in the game at James Harrison’s knees which cause Harrison to push him down and keep him from getting up. Much to the dismay of the John Madden. Madden acted like someone had just punched his wife in the nuts. To hear John Madden talking about cheap shots, given the players he coached is the height of hypocrisy.

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