The Tennessee Titans continue to address injury issues on their roster, agreeing to a deal with veteran tight end Visanthe Shiancoe.
Shiancoe has been with a number of NFL teams, including the Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, New England Patriots and most recently the Baltimore Ravens, who released him without ever playing a regular-season game for them.
The Titans are short-handed at tight end, thanks to concussions suffered by both Craig Stevens and Delanie Walker. Stevens missed last week's game after being injured against Oakland and Walker was hurt in the first quarter of last week's game against Indianapolis.
To make room on the roster, Tennessee waived linebacker Zac Diles and safety Shann Schillinger. Collin Mooney was placed on injured reserve to make room for fullback Quinn Johnson, and safety Michael Griffin was reinstated to the active roster after a one-game suspension.
The Titans worked out a number of quarterbacks and tight ends on Tuesday, in addition to also signing fullback Quinn Johnson back to the roster. Among the tight ends who tried out Tuesday were former Kansas City Chiefs standout Tony Moeaki, Daniel Fells, Richard Quinn and Kevin Brock, as well as quarterbacks Mike Kafka and B.J. Coleman.