NASHVILLE, TN — The Titans reportedly has signed and agreed to put Kevin Peterson as their Defensive Back player, who was a tryout participant during this week's minicamp.
This agreement between Titans and Peterson was made not only because he's a participant on this week's minicamp, but also because of the overall achievements throughout his entire career.
Peterson has been in this football career for around five years and he's still going. He first started when he joined the college football in Oklahoma State college. Moving forward, it is said that he has appeared in 32 games with the Bears, Rams and Cardinals throughout his five years career. He has 39 tackles, two interceptions and nine pass defenses.
He also appeared in twelve matches for the Cardinals in 2020, and 26 matches in the previous two seasons with Arizona. After playing college football at Oklahoma State, he signed with the Bears as an undrafted rookie in 2016. And in 2017, he appeared in six matches for the Rams.
More achievements that Peterson had obtained earlier in his career was a Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist on his final season at Oklahoma State in 2015, earning First Team All-Big 12 honors. He was also elected as the team captain at that time.
In order to make room in the roster, Titans had to temporarily waive Justus Reed from the linebacker position. You can look at the roster's team at this link.
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