Titans Agree to Terms With Offensive Lineman Avery Gennesy


NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with offensive lineman Avery Gennesy, who most recently played in the XFL.

Gennesy (6-3, 318) is expected to compete at guard, but he also has experience playing tackle from his playing days at Texas A&M.

Originally signed by the Jaguars as an undrafted free in 2017, Gennesy spent part of that season on their practice squad. He was claimed off waivers in 2018 by the Cleveland Browns before being released. He's also spent time with the Denver Broncos.

Gennesy played for the Houston Roughnecks of the XFL. He also played in the now-debunked AAF with the Atlanta Legends, where he started at right tackle for seven games.

During his junior season at Texas A&M, Gennesy started every game for the Aggies at left tackle and helped clear the way for an offense that gained an average of 424.7 total yards per game (169.1 rushing and 255.6 passing). He began his collegiate career at East Mississippi Community College.

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