Titans Waive Receiver Adam Humphries

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The Tennessee Titans have waived wide receiver Adam Humphries after he played only 19 games over the past two seasons. The Titans announced Thursday they also waived defensive backs Chris Milton and Breon Borders. They signed defensive lineman Jullian Taylor to a contract. Humphries signed a four-year contract worth up to $36 million with Tennessee in 2019. Humphries missed four games this past season before clearing concussion protocol, then was put on injured reserve two days after playing his first game in a month. Coach Mike Vrabel said in January that Humphries remained in the concussion protocol.

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