The Tennessee Titans continue to add numbers to the ranks of their offensive line.
On Wednesday, the Titans agreed to a deal with veteran tackle Barry Richardson, who made 33 starts at right tackle over four years with the Kansas City Chiefs and started all 16 games for the St. Louis Rams last season.
Richardson's arrival coincides with the fact that starting tackles Michael Roos (back) and David Stewart (leg) won't be taking part in team drills during mini-camp this week as they recover and ready for training camp.
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