Titans Agree to Terms With Safeties Tedric Thompson and Reggie Floyd

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NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with safeties Tedric Thompson and Reggie Floyd.

Also on Thursday, the Titans waived receiver Kalija Lipscomb and offensive lineman Adam Coon (waived-injured).

A fourth-round pick by Seattle in the 2017 NFL Draft, Thompson has spent time with the Seahawks, Chiefs, Browns and Broncos in his NFL career.

He's played in 37 career games, with 16 starts, in his NFL career, and has recorded 91 tackles, three interceptions, and five passes defensed. Thompson played in eight games with the Chiefs in 2020, when he tallied 13 tackles, and he spent the final part of last season with the Browns after being released by Kansas City.

A four-year veteran, Thompson was waived by the Denver Broncos on Sunday, less than two weeks after initially signing with the team.

Thompson (6-0, 204), who played in college at Colorado, spent his first three seasons with the Seahawks, where he played in 29 games, with 16 starts.

Floyd, who played at Virginia Tech, signed with the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent following the 2020 NFL Draft, but was later released.

Floyd played in 51 career games at Virginia Tech, making 36 starts. He racked up 230 career tackles, including 14 for loss. He also picked off five passes and forced two fumbles. 

Lipscomb, who played at Vanderbilt, signed with the Titans in May after a tryout and he'd been practicing with the team since.

Coon, a three-time NCAA All-American wrestler at Michigan who signed with the Titans in June, suffered an injury in a recent practice.

The Titans kick off the preseason on Friday night in Atlanta against the Falcons.

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