NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Brian Schwenke is back.
The Titans have agreed to terms with the veteran offensive lineman, who played four seasons with the team before signing with the Colts earlier this offseason. When Schwenke was released by Indianapolis over the weekend, the Titans decided to bring him back.
To make room on the team's 53-man roster, the Titans parted ways with guard Tim Lelito.
Schwenke was a fourth round draft pick by the Titans in the 2013 NFL Draft. He played in 41 games for the Titans from 2013-2016, including 28 starts.
Schwenke (6-3, 318) adds depth and versatility – he's started games at both center (25) and guard (3). Schwenke started 11 games at center in 2014. Last year, he played in all 16 games with three starts at left guard.
Also, the Titans have added receiver Zach Pascal, formerly of the Redskins, to their practice squad. The Titans have now filled nine of their 10 practice squad spots.
Pascal (6-2, 219) entered the NFL this season as an undrafted college free agent with the Washington Redskins. He was waived over the weekend and totaled three receptions for 27 yards during the preseason for the Redskins. As a college player, Pascal played in 49 games at Old Dominion and recorded a school-record 233 receptions for 3,193 yards and 30 touchdowns. He also added 310 rushing yards and 32 kickoff returns for the Monarchs.
Here's an initial look at your 2017 Tennessee Titans!