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Tennessee Titans to add Harry Douglas

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The Tennessee Titans will add depth to their wide receiver corps.

The team reached a three-year contract with Harry Douglas, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source involved in the negotiations.

The Atlanta Falcons cut the 30-year-old receiver last month.

Douglas is just a year removed from a 1,067-yard season. He had 51 receptions for 556 yards in six starts in 2014 for Atlanta.

Joining a Titans receiver group that includes former first-round pick Kendall Wright and talented enigma Justin Hunter, Douglas presents a good No. 3 veteran wideout ahead of the current option Kris Durham. Douglas should replace veteran free agent Nate Washington in three-receiver sets. 

Douglas will reunite with Mike Mularkey, the Titans' tight ends coach, who coached the wideout as offensive coordinator in Atlanta from 2008 to 2011.

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