NASHVILLE – The Titans elevated tackle Marshall Newhouse and linebacker Tuzar Skipper from the practice squad to the roster for Sunday's game against the Browns.
Also, tackle Isaiah Wilson has been placed on Reserve/Suspended by the club for the game vs Cleveland for violating club rules.
The Titans signed Newhouse to the team's practice squad on November 27.
Newhouse (6-4, 330) is a veteran of 10 NFL seasons, logging 129 games played and 81 starts. Last season he played 15 games, including nine starts (8 at left tackle/1 at right tackle) for the New England Patriots. Prior to joining the Patriots, Newhouse registered games with Green Bay (2011-12), Cincinnati (2014), New York Giants (2015-16), Oakland (2017), Buffalo (2018) and Carolina (2018). Over his NFL career, he has tallied time at both tackle spots and guard. He entered the NFL as a fifth-round selection by the Packers in the 2010 Draft from TCU, where he was a three-year starter at left tackle.
The Titans signed Skipper to the practice squad during Week 2 of the 2020 season. Skipper has played in the last two games for the Titans after being elevated from the practice squad.
The 6-foot-3-inch, 246-pounder originally signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers as a rookie free agent following the 2019 NFL Draft and has also spent time with the New York Giants. The Norwich, Conn., native appeared in six games for the Giants and totaled two tackles, 0.5 sack and one fumble recovery.
Both Newhouse and Skipper will revert back to the practice squad on Monday.
Kickoff for Sunday's game against the Browns is noon at Nissan Stadium.