The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with linebacker Josh Stamer, an unrestricted free agent from the Buffalo Bills.
“Josh has been highly productive on special teams during his time with the Bills,” said Titans General Manager Mike Reinfeldt. “He’s an experienced player that will add competition to our linebacking corps.”
Stamer (6-2, 236) a six year veteran has played the last five seasons with the Buffalo Bills. While in Buffalo he participated in a total of 70 games. He was a regular on special teams for Buffalo where he was a consistent performer.
During last season, he played in 16 games for and ranked second on the squad with 15 special teams tackles.
Stamer originally was signed as a rookie free agent by the New York Giants in 2001. He was waived by the Giants after training camp and was re-signed for a portion of the next off-season. He picked up for the 2002 training camp by Seattle and finally was signed by the Bills on January 21, 2003.