NASHVILLE – The Titans have added a pair of players formerly of the Alliance of American Football League, including a familiar face.
Quarterback Logan Woodside, who played for the San Antonio Commanders and spent time with the Titans last season, has agreed to terms with the Titans.
Tight Keith Towbridge, who played with the Atlanta Legends in the AAF and has spent time with the Buffalo Bills in the NFL, has also reached a deal with the team.
In seven games with San Antonio, Woodside completed 116-of-201 passes for 1,385 yards and seven touchdowns, with eight interceptions.
Woodside, who spent time with the Titans during the 2018 season, joins quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Ryan Tannehill on the roster.
Woodside, who starred at Toledo, was a seventh-round pick by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2018 NFL Draft.
At Toledo, Woodside (6-2, 205) is the career record-holder for passing yards (10,514) and touchdowns (93). He had a 29-9 record at the school, and won the MAC Offensive Player of the Year and Vern Smith Award winner in 2017, when he threw for 3,882 yards and 28 touchdowns.
Towbridge (6-5, 252), who played collegiately at Louisville, spent time with the Bills in 2017-2018. Towbridge spent the 2017 season on injured reserve and was on the Bills practice squad last season.
Towbridge joined the AAF this offseason, playing in seven games for the Atlanta Legends and totaling 17 receptions for 196 yards. At Louisville, he appeared in 35 games and recorded 21 catches for 283 yards.
After folding, the AAF opened up its players to sign with NFL teams, and several of them have made the leap to the NFL.