The Tennessee Titans were awarded wide receiver Kris Durham off waivers from Detroit, wide receiver T.J. Graham from Buffalo and cornerback Brandon Harris from Houston.
They cut wide receiver Michael Preston, defensive back Khalid Wooten and center Steve Vallos.
The Titans signed Justin McCray, Will Poehls, Chigbo Anunoby, Brandon Copeland, Antonio Andrews and Rico Richardson to the practice squad.
Durham (6-6, 216) joins the Titans after two seasons in Detroit and one year with Seattle, who drafted him in the fourth round in 2011. He has 49 career receptions, including a career-high 38 last year, for 645 career yards and three touchdowns. Durham at Georgia.
Graham (5-11, 188) was a third-round selection by the Buffalo Bills in 2012. Over the last two seasons, he has played in 31 games for the Bills, including 17 starts, and recorded 54 receptions for 683 yards and three touchdowns.
Harris (5-10, 189) was a second-round pick by the Houston Texans in 2011. During his three years with the Texans, he has played in 31 games and has 33 tackles.
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