NASHVILLE – Offensive lineman Dennis Kelly has been a reliable pro since joining the Titans in 2016.
He's going to stick around.
The Titans have agreed to terms with Kelly on a multi-year deal.
Kelly has played in 58 games, with 16 starts, since being acquired in a trade with the Philadelphia Eagles for receiver Dorial Green-Beckham.
The 6-foot-8-inch, 321-pounder has logged starts at right tackle, right guard, left guard and tight end during his NFL career.
In 2019, Kelly also caught a pair of touchdown passes – one in a win vs. the Jaguars, and another in the AFC Championship game against the Chiefs.
Kelly played in 15 games, with four starts, last season for the Titans. He started the first four games of the 2019 season during Taylor Lewan's suspension. In 2018, Kelly saw action in 11 games and logged five starts at right tackle.
A fifth-round draft pick in 2012, Kelly spent his first four NFL seasons with the Eagles, appearing in 30 games with 15 starts from 2012-15.
A look back at offensive tackle Dennis Kelly's 2019 season. (Photos: Donald Page)