Released by the Bills on February 11, free agent safety George Wilson didn’t have to wait long to find a new home.
The Tennessee Titans announced on Friday that they have reached an agreement with the 31-year-old safety. Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports via twitter that it’s a two-year deal worth $4 million, but could reach as high as $5 million due to incentives.
Wilson recorded 12 interceptions and made 55 starts for the Bills during his seven years in Buffalo, including a career-best 16 starts in 2012. He leaves the league’s 22nd-ranked defense—who opted against paying his $2.9 million salary—to join the NFL’s 27th-ranked defense from a year ago.
He should feel right at home.
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