NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans have agreed to terms with tight end Phillip Supernaw on a multi-year deal, pending a physical.
Supernaw, who joined the Titans prior to the 2015 season, has developed into one of the team's top special teams performers. He's also seen an expanded role in the offense during his career.
Supernaw's deal comes a day after former Titans tight end Anthony Fasano signed with the Dolphins.
A 6-foot-5, 248-pounder, Supernaw played in 15 games for the Titans in 2016, with two starts. He played in all 16 games in 2015.
Regarded as a solid blocker, Supernaw caught four passes for 62 yards in 2016.
In his career, which includes stops in Houston, Baltimore and Kansas City, Supernaw has 10 catches for 124 yards in 40 games.
In addition to Supernaw, the Titans currently have Pro Bowler Delanie Walker on the roster, along with tight ends Jace Amaro, Jerome Cunningham and Tim Semisch.