NASHVILLE – The Titans have bolstered their receiving corps with the addition of former Los Angeles Rams receiver Josh Reynolds.
On Tuesday, the team and Reynolds officially agreed to terms on a one-year contract.
Reynolds (6-3, 196) had a career-best 52 catches for 618 yards and two touchdowns in 2020 with the Rams.
In four NFL seasons, Reynolds has played in 64 games, with 24 starts. He's worked in the slot and on the outside at receiver during his career, and he's caught 113 passes for 1,450 yards and nine touchdowns. He's recorded 23 catches of 20-plus yards, one catch of 40-plus yards, and 67.3 percent of his receptions have resulted in first downs.
Per Sportradar, Reynolds lined up as an outside receiver on 69.5% of the snaps last season with the Rams, and in the slot 22.1% of the time.
Reynolds has never missed a game during his career. His 64 consecutive games played puts him in a tie for the third-longest current streak among all active wide receivers.
Reynolds, 26, will have an opportunity to compete for significant playing time alongside third-year receiver A.J. Brown in 2021, following the departure of Corey Davis in free agency, and the release of Adam Humphries earlier this month.
The Titans also have receivers Cam Batson, Cody Hollister, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Rashard Davis, Chester Rodgers, Marcus Johnson and Mason Kinsey on the roster.
The Rams selected Reynolds, who played at Texas A&M, in the fourth round (117th overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.
At Texas A&M, Reynolds led the SEC with 30 career receiving touchdowns, which ranks second in school history. In his collegiate career, Reynolds caught 164 passes for 2,788 receiving yards, and he caught a touchdown in the final eight games of his career. He's the only player in Texas A&M and SEC history with multiple 90-yard plus receptions in his career.