Nashville, TN (SportsNetwork.com) - The Tennessee Titans have placed tight end Brett Brackett on injured reserve because of a knee injury and replaced him with tight end Matthew Mulligan.
Brackett appeared in seven games for the Titans this season, starting four contests, after being promoted from the practice squad in October.
Mulligan has 67 games of NFL experience over five seasons with four teams and has 16 career receptions for 160 yards with two touchdowns. He played in two games for Chicago earlier this season after spending the 2013 campaign with New England. He also played for St. Louis in 2012 and the New York Jets from 2009-11.
The Titans, who placed quarterback Jake Locker on injured reserve Monday and added Jordan Palmer to the active roster, signed quarterback Alex Tanney to the practice squad Tuesday.