It's been a whirlwind week for Tennessee Titans tight end Chase Coffman.
First, he made the 53-man roster. Then, he was released. Now, he's back, and preparing for the team's Week 1 matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
After making the team on Saturday, the veteran tight end was released Sunday to make room for newly-acquired running back Terrance West. He was brought back a day later when rookie David Cobb was placed on short-term injured reserve.
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"They kind of told me the situation," Coffman said, per the Tennessean, "but even though you know what's happening … Until it happens, it's tough to deal with."
Coffman, who led the Titans in the preseason with 10 receptions for 106 yards and a touchdown, is one of five tight ends on the roster heading into the season opener.
"I'm comfortable being here and I really like this organization," Coffman said. "It's just one of those things that you have to trust that they know what they're doing. I made enough plays in the preseason where they'll get me out there and try to use my skill set."
While the Titans have a glut at the tight end position, Coffman offers the team versatility in his ability to line up at wide receiver as well. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt said the team could use the six-year veteran in the slot if need be.
"I have quite a bit of familiarity," Coffman said. "We do quite a bit of stuff where we could go either two tight ends or three wide receivers and one tight end.
"Last year was kind of the same thing. I had to know it all, being the third guy here, and I don't think it really changes this year. I have to know everything and whatever situation comes up, just let them know that they can trust me to go in there."
(h/t The Tennessean)