NASHVILLE – The Titans have signed receiver C.J. Board to the team's practice squad while releasing receiver Josh Gordon from the team's practice squad.
Board (6-1, 181), who played at Tennessee-Chattanooga, has spent time with the Ravens (2017), Browns (2017-18), Jaguars (2018-19), Giants (2020-2022) and Cardinals (2022) in his NFL career, in addition to a short stint with the Titans during the 2017 season, when he spent time on the team's practice squad.
Board was released from the Cardinals practice squad last week.
In 24 career games, Board has totaled 17 catches for 183 yards, along with 366 return yards. Board played in 20 games for the Giants over the past two seasons, recording 15 receptions for 152 yards and four special teams stops.
A Clarksville, Tenn. native, Board started 47 games and registered 146 receptions for 2,032 yards and 10 touchdowns during his career at Tennessee-Chattanooga.
Gordon, who joined the Titans practice squad earlier this year, played in two games for the Titans this season as a standard gameday elevation, but he did not record a catch.
The Titans return to action on Sunday against the Colts at Nissan Stadium.