Titans Promote K Randy Bullock to Active Roster, Place S Amani Hooker on Injured Reserve

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NASHVILLE – The Titans have promoted kicker Randy Bullock from the practice squad to the team's active roster.

Also on Tuesday, the team placed safety Amani Hooker on Injured Reserve. Hooker suffered a foot injury in Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

Bullock (5-9, 210) has kicked in 107 NFL games over nine seasons, since entering the league as an fifth-round selection in the 2012 Draft with the Houston Texans. He played four seasons (2012-15) for Houston and five seasons (2016-20) in Cincinnati, along with stops at the Jets, Giants and Steelers. Bullock has connected on 168 of 202 field goal attempts and 215 of 225 extra points during career. He earned All-America honors as a senior at Texas A&M.

The Titans on Tuesday also signed tight end Austin Fort to the team's practice squad, along with tight end Tommy Hudson, who was waived by the team recently.

Fort (6-4, 244) entered the NFL as an undrafted college free agent with Denver in 2019. His rookie year was cut short by an ACL injury during a preseason game and he spent both 2019 and 2020 on injured reserve for the Broncos. He was cut during training camp this season. Fort converted from quarterback to a tight end at the University of Wyoming, where he played 30 games at tight end.

The Titans face the Seahawks on Sunday in Seattle.

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