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Titans Claim DB Micah Pellerin, Waive S Corey Lynch

Posted Nov 22, 2013

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans claimed DB Micah Pellerin off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys and waived S Corey Lynch.

Pellerin (6-foot-0, 192 pounds) was originally signed as an undrafted college free agent by the Indianapolis Colts following the 2012 NFL Draft. He was cut by the Colts and claimed by the Green Bay Packers prior to training camp in 2012. He split the 2012 season between the practice squads of the Packers and Dallas Cowboys.

Pellerin remained with the Cowboys through this year’s training camp and again signed to their practice squad, before joining the active roster on Nov. 2. He played in two games for the Cowboys and was waived Thursday.

Pellerin started his college career at Southern Mississippi before transferring to Hampton to play his final three seasons. He totaled 28 starts at corner for Hampton.

As a senior, Pellerin earned All-Mid-Eastern Conference honors after leading the conference in pass breakups (19) and finishing second in interceptions (4).

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