The Tennessee Titans search into the veteran cornerback market is apparently not over.
The Titans are hosting former Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos and Detroit Lions cornerback Andre Goodman today and will have Drayton Florence, who was released by the Buffalo Bills in on Wednesday.
The Titans lost Cortland Finnegan to the St. Louis Rams and hosted free agents Tracy Porter and William Gay, who both signed elsewhere. Tennessee also briefly flirted with the notion of trading for Asante Samual, but he eventually went to the Atlanta Falcons.
Tennessee drafted Coty Sensabaugh in the fourth round of the draft last week, but is still exploring veteran depth at the position. Jason McCourty and Alterraun Verner are penciled in as the starters, but Tennessee is trying to find a third cornerback from among Sensabaugh, Ryan Mouton, Chris Hawkins and Tommie Campbell.
Goodman, 33, had 49 tackles and two interceptions for the Broncos last season and has 19 interceptions over his 10-year NFL career.
Florence is a nine-year veteran who had 50 tackles and picked off three passes for Buffalo last season. He has also played with the Chargers and Jaguars and has 17 career interceptions.