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This Week Outlook
The Tennessee Titans have signed cornerback Terrance Mitchell from the New England Patriots practice squad.
Mitchell has started 29 games over the past two seasons for the Cleveland Browns and Houston Texans, so he brings so much-needed experience to an injury-depleted position group. This is a sign that Kristian Fulton may not be ready for Week 3 but is also a needed depth signing after the Titans hemorrhaged passing yards to the Bills on Monday.
Cornerback Terrance Mitchell has agreed to terms with New England for a one-year, $3 million deal.
The 29-year-old played most recently with with Houston, accumulating 60 tackles, two forced fumbles, and one interception in 2021. He struggled a bit last season, allowing five TDs when targeted, but he will be helpful in rebuilding Cleveland's defense.
The Browns activated defensive back Terrance Mitchell (wrist) from injured reserve Friday. Tight end Pharaoh Brown (shoulder) was placed on IR to make room on the active roster.
Mitchell fractured his wrist September 30 against the Raiders and was designated for return from IR on November 21st. Week 14 is the first week he was eligible to play in a game and it appears he will do just that against the Panthers. Before landing on IR, Mitchell recorded 19 tackles, two forced fumbles and an interception in four starts.
The Browns announced Wednesday that they have designated cornerback Terrance Mitchell (wrist) for return from injured reserve. He can practice with the team but will not be eligible to play in a game until Week 14.
Mitchell recorded 19 tackles, two forced fumbles and an interception in four starts before landing on IR with a broken wrist.
Browns cornerback Terrance Mitchell finished Week 1 with six solo tackles.
Interesting. Mitchell provided nice IDP numbers with cornerback EJ Gaines out because of injury. The spot opposite lock-down corner Denzel Ward could become very beneficial to IDP players looking for a safe floor. This is a situation to watch.