Titans look to add guard Lutui

Veteran guard was released by Seahawks during preseason. Terry McCormick

Print This September 03, 2012, 05:29 PM EST

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The Tennessee Titans worked out veteran guard Deuce Lutui on Monday and, according to what the player told, the club apparently has plans to sign him to its active roster.

Lutui spent six seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, who drafted him in 2006, but signed in the off-season with the Seattle Seahawks. However, he was released in training camp.

The Titans already have nine offensive linemen on their 53-man roster, but tackle Mike Otto is still out following surgery on his hand and having arthroscopic surgery on his right knee. Starting right guard Leroy Harris has been limited in practice of late with a knee problem.

The Titans have the option of waiting until week two, so as not to guarantee Lutui's entire 2012 salary.

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