The Tennessee Titans have freed former Governor Mifflin and the prominent Jan Johnson of Pennsylvania State University from the practice team.
Johnson, 6-2, £ 236, was signed to the Titans practice team on September 1, the day after he released him from the active roster of 53 people.
He was one of three players released by Tennessee on Monday, along with kicker Michael Badgley and tight-end Tommy Hudson. The Titans have signed linebacker Joseph Jones and aggressive lineman Christian Dilauro to the practice team.
Jones has 49 games in four seasons (2017-20) at Denver Broncos, with a total of 26 career special teams working on them.
Johnson signed a futures contract with Titans in January. He participated in all three pre-season games, with two solo tackles against Chicago, one solo stop against Tampa Bay, and two assist tackles and half-sacks against Atlanta.
After leaving Pennsylvania State University, he signed the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent in April 2020 before releasing him during last year’s training camp. He later made a tryout with New Orleans that didn’t sign a deal in Tampa Bay.
Governor Mifflin graduate Jan Johnson is released from Tennessee practice
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