The Tennessee Titans along with former center Kevin Mawae filed a joint petition in Davidson County Circuit Court Friday morning to approve workers’ compensation settlement.
According to the filings, Mawae will receive a lump sum of $114,000 for injuries sustained during the 2008 and 2009 seasons. The compensation includes injuries to Mawae’s shoulders, elbows, wrists, right thumb and lower back.
A doctor determined in July that Mawae had diminished range of motion in several of his affected extremities.
In addition to the financial compensation, the Titans have agreed to provide future “reasonable and necessary medical treatment” for his elbow, shoulder and back injuries.
Mawae played for 16 years in the NFL, including five for the Titans. He was an eight-time Pro Bowl selection, including in the 2009 season when he helped pave the way for running back Chris Johnson's historic 2,006 rushing yards. He retired from the NFL in September 2010.
According to the court filings, Mawae now lives in Baton Rouge, La., where he graduated from college at LSU.