The Titans have announced the deal that will provide Desmond King’s defense from the Chargers. They have abandoned defensive midfielder Isaiah Mack in a corresponding move.
Coach Mike Vrabel said King would start his career in the slot business.
“(General Manager) Jon (Robinson) and I spoke, and he’s a player he and I feel can help us, having played DB, messed up, has been an effective blitzer. and has done a few things, ”said Vrabel, via Jim Wyatt’s group website. “We’ll see where he is when we get here. He’s going to be out of the building for a while, doing the protocols. We won’t know much until the end of the week. All we hear is that he is a soccer player who loves to compete and has played in many different positions. “
The Titans gave up their draft pick in the sixth round to get King.
King won the All-Pro title in 2018. During his career, he has had 213 tackles, 4 interceptions, 2 fumbling catches, 4 snatch recoveries and 7.5 shots Throw the ball in the 53 games played.