NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Titans have waived safety Robert Johnson after he failed a physical and added a pair of veterans to add depth at linebacker and safety.
The Titans announced the moves Sunday.
Johnson was a fifth-round draft pick in 2010 out of Utah, and he had his best season in 2012 playing in 12 games and starting three before hurting his foot and being placed on injured reserve Dec. 4. He spent the offseason recovering and was on the physically unable to perform list in training camp before being waived.
The Titans also waived defensive end Thaddeus Gibson to make room for linebacker Gary Guyton and safety Cory Lynch.
Guyton has played five seasons with New England and San Diego. Lynch has played for Cincinnati, Tampa Bay and San Diego.
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