The Titans have come to terms with their two late selections Dane Cruikshank and Luke Falk, signing them to an entry level contract.
Cruikshank was taken in the fifth round after the Titans yet again traded up to grab him with the 152nd overall pick. The Arizona defensive back has proven very versatile spending time at safety and corner back in college. He tallied 134 tackles and 5 interceptions in his time at Arizona and will provide depth and versatility to the Titans secondary.
The Titans have also signed their 6th round draft pick quarterback Luke Falk from Washington State University. Falk holds the career PAC-12 records in passing touchdowns, passing yards and passing completions. He was expected by many to go in the 4th round, however the Titans are very fortunate he slipped to 199. Falk is expected to battle with Blaine Gabbert this season for the position of Marcus Mariota’s backup.