Although the Tennessee Titans are thin at wide receiver after free-agent signee Nate Washington got a hamstring injury, they do not feel like leveling down their standards in choosing a wide receiver.
They have tried a handful of veteran receivers, including Torry Holt, who joined the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Drew Bennett who went the Baltimore Ravens at last. And on Thursday they worked another two free agent wide receivers Matt Jones and Samie Parker as well as a free agent quarterback Cleo Lemon. However, they did not think these veterans good enough and decided not to sign any of them.
Along with the three, wide receiver Jetty Porter also visited the Titans on Thursday morning, but he did not undergo physicals. Porter, Jones and Lemon all played for the Jaguars last season. Porter was released in February, Jones was released in March and Lemon left in June but later signed with Ravens and was cut again on Sept. 1.