NASHVILLE, Tenn. -
There are 19 rookies headed to the Tennessee Titans after the team agreed to terms with 13 undrafted free agents.
They will join the six players the Titans took in the NFL Draft over the weekend.
Kicker Travis Coons from Washington comes to Nashville with a legitimate shot at making the team.
The Titans cut veteran Rob Bironas two months ago leaving Coons and Maikon Bonani to battle for the job.
The Titans also signed Western Kentucky star running back Antonio Andrews.
Andrews set an FBS record with 5,770 total yards over the last two seasons.
The Titans also reached deals with Syracuse cornerback Ri'Shard Anderson, Virginia Tech defensive end James Gayle, Oklahoma center Gabe Ikard, UCF guard Justin McCray, Rutgers linebacker Jamal Merrell, Oklahoma receiver Jaz Reynolds, Louisville safety Hakeem Smith, Oklahoma State receiver Josh Stewart, Texas A&M receiver Derel Walker, Texas Tech receiver Eric Ward and Westminster tight end David Wright.