There are plenty of reports about members of the 2014 draft class visiting teams around the country right now, but there are still some veteran free agents looking for work.
Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports that the Titans met with a pair of them on Wednesday. Ronald Talley and Alex Hall both met with the team as the Titans look to round out their group of linemen for the 2014 season.
Talley spent 2009 on the Packers’ practice squad before moving on to Arizona, where he made his regular season debut in 2011. He’s played 15 games for the Cardinals over the last three years, recording one sack in a reserve role.
Hall hasn’t played in the NFL since 2010 and has spent the last couple of years playing in the CFL. He had 25 sacks in those two years, which is likely a big reason why he’s worked his way back onto the radar of NFL teams. A seventh-round pick of the Browns in 2008, Hall played 30 games in Cleveland and recorded two sacks.
The Titans have signed defensive end Al Woods and re-signed defensive end Ropati Pitoitua so far this offseason.
UPDATE 3:14 p.m. ET: Wyatt adds that former Bengals defensive lineman DeQuin Evans also visited with the team on Wednesday.