Two weeks after acknowledging that last season could have been his "last ride," Stokley has interest from another team.
When the Titans selected Kendall Wright at No. 20 in the 2012 NFL Draft, it was widely assumed his future was in the slot. The Titans' interest in Stokley -- after previously pursuing Welker -- suggests Wright now is viewed as the flanker opposite split end Kenny Britt, with Nate Washington's Nashville future in doubt.
Spencer would add depth behind newly signed Andy Levitre to compensate for the losses of veteran guards Steve Hutchinson and Leroy Harris.
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