"To be perfectly honest, I'm not looking for a new long snapper," Bironas said, according to a Monday report Alex Cate of The Tennessean. "Ken Amato has been my guy since I got in town.
"It's up to the staff and what they're looking for," Bironas conceded. "I have to make it work regardless of what I want to do."
According to a source with knowledge of his contract, Brinkley received a $20,000 signing bonus, a significant amount of guaranteed money for a rookie snapper and the largest bonus the Titans gave to an undrafted free agent this offseason.
Despite that bonus, Brinkley is not guaranteed a roster spot and head coach Mike Munchak hasn't fully closed the door on the 35-year-old Amato.
"You don't close the door on anything," Munchak said. "We feel strongly about Kenny as a person and as a player, the great things he has done for us. That is the hard part, the business part. Now it is just a matter of how this thing plays out."