NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms on a deal with rookie cornerback Roger McCreary.
McCreary, a second-round pick who was taken with the 35th overall selection, was a first team All-America by The Athletic, Associated Press, and ESPN in 2021, when he was a Bednarik Award semifinalist.
McCreary started 12 games for Auburn in 2021, when he tallied 49 tackles, one interception and 16 passed defensed. During his career at Auburn, McCreary tallied 135 career tackles with six interceptions and 32 pass breakups.
McCreary took part in all of the team's OTAs and the minicamp this offseason, and he's expected to compete for significant playing time when training camp begins next week.
Only quarterback Malik Willis, the 86th overall pick (third round) of the NFL Draft, remains unsigned from the team's nine-man draft class.