Titans Agree to Terms with Rookie Guard Sebastian Tretola

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The Titans have agreed to terms with rookie guard Sebastian Tretola.

The Titans selected the 6-foot-4, 320-pound Tretola in the sixth round (193rd overall) of the NFL Draft.

Tretola started 24 games for the Razorbacks over the final two seasons at Arkansas after playing previously at the JUCO level.

The charismatic Tretola played at three different academic institutions in college, dropped 56 pounds, and he even threw a touchdown pass that prompted a Heisman Trophy campaign students at Arkansas had a lot of fun with on YouTube.

"I am mean,'' Tretola said on a conference call after being selected by the Titans. "I am nasty. I am trying – and I don't want this to sound bad – but I am trying to make you not want to play me anymore. I don't want you to come back out on the field once I am done playing you, and that's every play.

"I am going to block you until I hear the echo of the whistle. Not the whistle, but the echo of the whistle. You have to feel me. I need everybody that plays me to physically feel me, and that's my style."

The Titans have now reached deals with seven of the team's 10 draft picks – Austin Johnson, Derrick Henry, Tajae Sharpe, LeShaun Sims, Aaron Wallace, Kalan Reed and Tretola.

The Titans select Arkansas G Sebastian Tretola in the sixth round (193rd overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. (AP Photos)


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