NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Austin Hooper didn’t make himself sound like a hot property when he was introduced to Titans’ media Monday.

Asked why he joined the Titans, he said, “an offer helps.” Ultimately he said he chose between two.Austin Hooper

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Limited interest served Tennessee, which snatched him up for a year at $6 million.

In signing him just a few days after he was released in a cap move by the Cleveland Browns, the Titans conceded a 2021 failure at tight end.

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