NASHVILLE – The Titans have brought back a familiar face – receiver Mason Kinsey.
Kinsey officially signed a futures contract with the Titans on Thursday.
Kinsey was signed by the Titans as an undrafted free agent out of Berry College in 2020, and he went through training camp with the team before being waived.
Kinsey then joined the Patriots, and spent time on the team's practice squad.
Now, he's back with the Titans.
In a four year college career at Berry College, Kinsey totaled 203 receptions for 3,343 yards and 50 touchdowns in 43 games.
The Titans previously signed these 17 players to futures contracts for 2021:
- T Paul Adams
- LB Davin Bellamy
- WR Rashard Davis
- TE Parker Hesse
- WR Cody Hollister
- TE Tommy Hudson
- LB Jan Johnson
- T Brandon Kemp
- QB DeShone Kizer
- DL Daylon Mack
- K Tucker McCann
- C Daniel Munyer
- DE Nate Orchard
- LS Matt Orzech
- TE Jared Pinkney
- WR Chester Rodgers
- LB Tuzar Skipper
Johnson played collegiately at Penn State, and Pinkney is a Vanderbilt product who spent last year on the Falcons practice squad.
Bellamy spent time with the Texans and Bengals practice squads over the past three (2018-2020) seasons while Mack has spent time with the Ravens, Giants, Lions Cardinals and Packers.
All of the other players on the list were members of the team's practice squad during the 2020 season.
Futures contract go into effect on the first day of the new league year. Since there are no practice squads during the offseason, teams are allowed to sign players for the offseason as they prepare for the next season.