NASHVILLE – The Titans have agreed to terms with tight end Gabe Holmes.
Holmes, originally signed as an undrafted free agent by the Raiders in 2015, has played in 10 career games, with four starts, in the NFL.
He's spent time with the Raiders, Seahawks, Ravens, Cardinals, Colts and Dolphins, mainly on practice squads. All of his game action came during a stint with the Cardinals (2017-18).
He even spent time with the XFL's St. Louis BattleHawks in 2020.
Holmes (6-5, 255), who played in college at Purdue, was waived by the Dolphins earlier this month. At Purdue, Holmes tallied 63 receptions for 552 yards and five touchdowns in 49 games.
On Tuesday, the Titans waived (injured) tight end Donnie Ernsberger.
At the tight end position, the Titans currently have Anthony Firkser, Geoff Swaim, Luke Stocker, Tommy Hudson, Jared Pinkney and Miller Forristall on the roster, and now Holmes.
The Titans return to the practice field on Wednesday afternoon at Saint Thomas Sports Park.