Former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Kelly Herndon is scheduled to visit the Tennessee Titans this week, according to general manager Mike Reinfeldt.
Herndon, 30, started 16 games for the Seahawks last season, but missed the playoffs when he broke his ankle in the regular-season finale.
�We�ll bring him in for a visit and give him a physical,� Reinfeldt said. �I said early on that you can never have enough good cornerbacks, and he is certain someone worth taking a look at. He is physical and can cover in the slot.�
Originally an undrafted free agent from Toledo, Herndon spent the first three seasons of his NFL career with the Denver Broncos.
The Titans have thrown open the jobs in their secondary during the off-season in the wake of the year-long suspension of Adam "Pacman" Jones.
Herndon posted a career-high 67 tackles and had one interception last season. He was released by the Seahawks last week in a salary cap move and to create a starting spot for former first-round pick Kelly Jennings.