The Titans signaled their interest in adding help at guard by scheduling a meeting with former Falcon Garrett Reynolds, but he isn’t the only option available to them.
Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com reports that the team will also host free agent Uche Nwaneri on a visit on Wednesday. Nwaneri hit the open market when the Jaguars released him ahead of the start of free agency in March.
Nwaneri spent most of the last six years as a starter on the right side of Jacksonville’s offensive line and turned in sold work for the Jags while playing through some knee issues. The Titans saw a lot of Nwaneri over those years during their two annual meetings with the Jaguars, so they have a pretty good idea of what he’s capable of doing on the field.
With Andy Levitre and Chance Warmack already on the roster in Tennessee, a starting job wouldn’t seem to be in the cards for Nwaneri next season. He’s also visited with the Bengals since parting ways with Jacksonville.