Eric Decker signs with Titans

Report: WR Decker, Titans agree to one-year deal

Report: WR Decker, Titans agree to one-year deal

He totaled 1,000-plus receiving yards in three of those campaigns. He also has turned in a dozen 100-yard performances.

The Jets were hoping to trade Decker, but ended up having to release him on Monday. Decker said he talked with five or six teams, and had other visits scheduled for this week. In Tennessee, Decker will work with Marcus Mariota. Jessie James Decker is a noted country artist and writer, which means the couple and their young family already spend a fair amount of time in Nashville.

With Tennessee signing Decker, the future of veteran Harry Douglas comes into question with training camp and roster cuts approaching.

He has a nice track record.

Matthews led Tennessee's offense with 945 receiving yards and nine touchdowns last season, but the Titans' receiving corps was truly the offense's one glaring hole. His 33 touchdown receptions in the red zone are No. 2 over that same period. Between 2012 and 2015, Decker averaged 82 receptions for 1,085 yards and 10 touchdowns. The team invested two of their first three draft picks in wide receivers Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor, but relying on two rookies to completely fix the team's receiving issues is a recipe for failure, especially for a team with playoff aspirations such as the Titans.

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Before signing with the Jets prior the 2014 season, Decker spent the first four years of his career in Denver. He had surgery on a tear in his right shoulder, and was placed on injured reserve in October after only playing in three games.

Eric Decker won't be returning to Minnesota.

He's looking forward to catching passes from Mariota. Decker said he admires Mariota and believes they will have great chemistry on the field. "He is very accurate, and he uses his feet and gets out of the pocket and throws".

Free agency has also brought in some talent for the Titans.