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Brice McCain signs with the Titans

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The Tennessee Titans have signed corner back Brice McCain. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, he’s signed a two-year, $5 million deal with the Titans.

His agent David Canter has confirmed the deal via Twitter.

He was released by the Miami Dolphins a little more than two weeks ago. He visited with the Titans on Tuesday.

With this release, he was able to get a head-start on finding a new home. The rest of the free agents will get to an opportunity to test the market on March 9th.

On his free agent tour, he drew interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers along with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

With the Titans, he’ll have to compete for playing time with Jason McCourty, Perrish Cox and Blidi-Wreh-Wilson. Of course, that’s if they’re all on the roster when the season starts.

He made 11 starts with the Dolphins, but did not perform well in those starts. In his only season in South Beach, he had 39 tackles, 10 pass deflections and an interception.

He’s also played with the Houston Texans and the Steelers in his career. He played for the Steelers in 2014 and was with the Texans from 2009 to 2013.

In his career, he’s played in a 101 career games. He has 185 tackles and 0.5 sacks.

He also has nine interceptions, including a career-high three picks with the Steelers in 2014. He’s also returned two interceptions for touchdowns.

He has one fumble recovery, along with 49 pass deflections.

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