The Tennessee Titans' special teams should be well-stocked as far as the return game.
The Titans added Dexter McCluster, and they also re-signed Leon Washington to a one-year contract.
He played in five games for Tennessee last season and will be the Titans' kickoff returner with McCluster slated to run back punts.
Washington averaged 30.1 yards per kickoff return last season for Tennessee and has eight kickoff return touchdowns for his career.
“Leon came in last year and was the consummate professional,” Titans general manager Ruston Webster said. “He stabilized our return game and we are excited to sign him back to our roster.”
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