Titans Add Receiver, Place OL Byron Bell on Injured Reserve

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a contract with undrafted rookie WR Reece Horn and placed OL Byron Bell on injured reserve.
 

Horn (6-3, 215) participated as a tryout player in the Titans rookie mini-camp following this year's draft.

A four-year contributor at the University of Indianapolis, Horn earned Division II All-America honors and the Great Lakes Valley Conference Special Teams Player of the Year as a senior (108 receptions, 1,396 yards).

As a junior, he was selected the Offensive Player of the Year for the conference as he amassed 68 receptions for 1,046 yards and 12 touchdowns.

For his career, he totaled a program best 272 catches for 3,562 yards and 31 touchdowns. Additionally, he returned 27 punts for an 18.2-yard average and two touchdowns during his college career.

TitansOnline.com looks at the 2015 season of OL Byron Bell. (AP Photos)


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