NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with veteran WR Harry Douglas.
Douglas (6-0, 183) has six years of NFL experience, all with the Atlanta Falcons. He totaled 258 receptions for 3,130 yards, eight touchdowns and six 100-yard performances in 91 career games.
The best season of his career came in 2013, when he filled in for an injured Julio Jones and posted career highs in several categories, including starts (11), receptions (85), yards (1,067), touchdowns (2), 100-yard games (3) and longest reception (80t). He followed that season with a 51-catch season in 2014 with fewer starts.
Douglas originally joined the Falcons as a third-round pick in the 2008 NFL Draft from the University of Louisville, where he finished as the school's second leading receiver (2,924 receiving yards).
Titans Online looks at the career of new Titans WR Harry Douglas, who began his first seven NFL seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. (AP Photos)