NASHVILLE, TENN. — The Titans signed unrestricted free agent defensive tackle Antonio Johnson to a one-year contract.
Johnson (6-foot-3, 310) spent the majority of the last five seasons with the Indianapolis Colts after beginning his career with the Titans. He has played in 67 career games, including 46 starts.
Last year, he started 13 games for the Colts and registered 30 tackles. His most productive season statistically was in 2009, when he started 15 games and totaled 37 tackles and a sack.
The Titans originally selected Johnson out of Mississippi State in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft. However, during his rookie training camp, he injured his knee and was placed on injured reserve.
Johnson spent most of the 2008 season on the Titans practice squad before the Colts signed him to their active roster to finish the year.
Additionally, the Titans waived undrafted rookie linebacker Tom Wort (failed physical).