The Tennessee Titans signed center Steve Vallos and linebacker Kendrick Adams to the 90-man roster on Wednesday.
Vallos has played in 59 games over six seasons, participating in 15 games for the Denver Broncos a year ago. He was drafted in the seventh round out of Wake Forest by the Seahawks in 2007.
Adams has bounced around the NFL over the past two years, having been a part of the Jaguars, Buccaneers, Lions, Bengals, Browns and Giants organizations. Adams was with the Giants and participated in the Hall of Fame Game against the Bills, recording four tackles.
The Giants released Adams on Aug. 5, just a couple of days after the opening preseason game.
To make room for Vallos and Adams, the Titans waived linebacker David Gilbert and offensive lineman Viondy Merisma.
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