Titans Agree to Terms with T Barry Richardson


NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with veteran T Barry Richardson, the team announced Wednesday.

Richardson (6-foot-6, 319 pounds) has five seasons of NFL experience after being drafted in the sixth round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Kansas City Chiefs.

He played four years for the Chiefs and logged 33 starts at right tackle. Last season he started 16 games at right tackle for the St. Louis Rams and has started every game in each of the past three seasons.

Richardson is the second offensive lineman that started 16 games last season for the Rams to sign with the Titans as a free agent this offseason, joining Rob Turner.

A product of Clemson, Richardson earned first-team All-ACC honors during his junior and senior seasons and started a total of 46 games during his college career.

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