Former Seattle Seahawks linebacker Lofa Tatupu visited the Tennessee Titans on Tuesday, according to a league source.
Tatupu, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, was out of the league in 2011 as the Seahawks released him shortly after the lockout ended. Titans general manager Ruston Webster, COO Mike Reinfeldt and vice president of player personnel Lake Dawson are all familiar with Tatupu since they came from Seattle.
Tatupu, 29, would appear to be only someone the Titans might look at for depth in the event they show enough interest to sign him. Colin McCarthy, a fourth-round pick last season, is entrenched as the starting middle linebacker.
Veteran backup Barrett Ruud, who began the year as the starter before he suffered a groin injury, is a free agent and not expected to return tot he Titans.
Tatupu was a first-team All Pro selection in 2007. In 2010, Tatupu had 88 total tackles, eight passes defensed and one interception that he returned for a touchdown.
Tatupu also visited the New Orleans Saints on Monday.