NASHVILLE – The Titans have added veteran receiver Josh Gordon to the team's practice squad.
Also joining Gordon on the 16-man practice squad: Tight end Kevin Rader, formerly with the Steelers.
The Titans released receiver Reggie Roberson and tight end David Wells from the practice squad to make room for the two players.
Earlier this week, the Chiefs released Gordon as they trimmed down to their initial 53-man roster.
Gordon, who's 31, led the NFL with 1,646 receiving yards in 2013, as a member of the Cleveland Browns. He was named a Pro Bowler that season.
In between the Browns and the Chiefs, Gordon (6-3, 225) also spent time with the Patriots and Seahawks. He also missed three NFL seasons while suspended.
In his NFL career, Gordon has 252 catches for 4,284 yards and 21 touchdowns while playing in 75 games, with 63 starts. Gordon played in 12 games for the Chiefs last season, when he had five catches for 32 yards and a touchdown.
Rader, meanwhile, joined the Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2018 after playing in college at Youngstown State. Rader spent the past three seasons with the Steelers, and he played in seven games over the past two seasons. Rader played in six games, with one start, in 2021, when he made two catches for eight yards.
Rader (6-4, 250) was waived by Pittsburgh earlier this week as part of the team's final roster cuts.