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LB Brad Jones visits Titans

Mar. 15, 2013
 
Green Bay Packers linebacker Brad Jones against the Tennessee Titans last December. He's visiting them as a free agent today. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media
Green Bay Packers linebacker Brad Jones against the Tennessee Titans last December. He's visiting them as a free agent today. File/Gannett Wisconsin Media

Free-agent linebacker Brad Jones is visiting the Tennessee Titans today.

According to a source, Jones arrived in Nashville last night and will spend the day meeting with Titans coaches and front-office staff.

Jones, 26, who began the 2012 season deep down the depth chart, became the Packers' starter after both Desmond Bishop and D.J. Smith were lost to season-ending injuries.

Jones, who made the transition from outside linebacker to the inside position, took over as a starter on Oct. 21 against St. Louis and finished the season in that role. He recorded a career-high 101 tackles (including 71 solo stops) along with two sacks and a forced fumble.

The 6-foot-3, 242-pound Jones is in his fifth NFL season.

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