NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans have agreed to terms with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive lineman Kevin Pamphile.
Pamphile, a fifth-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, will provide competition on the Titans offensive line.
Pamphile, 27, spent the last four seasons in Tampa Bay, where he played guard and tackle. He brings versatility to the Titans – he's capable of playing every position on the offensive line.
In his career, Pamphile (6-5, 310) has played in 53 games with 33 starts, including 15 starts at left guard last season for the Buccaneers. Pamphile, who played collegiately at Purdue, started 14 games for the Buccaneers in 2016.
The Titans recently signed guard Josh Kline to a contract extension, and made a tender offer to guard Quinton Spain, a restricted free agent. Center/guard Corey Levin, a sixth-round pick by the Titans last season, remains under contract behind starting center Ben Jones.
Offensive lineman Brian Schwenke, a back-up last season for the Titans, became an unrestricted free agent earlier this month.
Titans general manager Jon Robinson served as director of player personnel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers when Pamphile was drafted in 2014. Robinson joined the Titans in January 2016.