The Tennessee Titans worked out veteran defensive end Bobby McCray and three other players on Tuesday.
Tennessee also worked out linebacker/defensive end David Veikune and safeties Quintin Demps and Victor “Macho” Harris.
McCray, who was a member of the New Orleans Saints Super Bowl championship team last year, spent the first four seasons of his six-year NFL career with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The former Florida Gators star posted a career-high 10 sacks in 2006 for the Jaguars and has 29.5 sacks in his career.
Veikune, who played at Hawaii, played in 10 games for the Cleveland Browns last season. He was a player the Titans had brought in for a pre-draft visit in 2009, with an eye toward him possibly being a defensive end.
Demps, a former Texas-El Paso standout, spent two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles and had one interception there last season. Demps is the younger brother of former NFL player Will Demps.
Harris, also a former Philadelphia Eagle, played college football at Virginia Tech. He had 41 tackles, including 38 solo stops for the Eagles last year.