The Tennessee Titans have added another quarterback to their roster, signing street free agent David Koral to their roster.
Koral, a former UCLA quarterback, backed up Drew Olson for much of his time with the Bruins. Koral, 6-3, 216, spent some time with the Indianapolis Colts in training camp last year.
He is expected to compete with Kent Smith for the third-string quarterback position behind starter Vince Young and backup Kerry Collins.
Koral actually signed with Vanderbilt out of high school in 2001, but left before ever playing for the Commodores when there was a change in the coaching staff. He played for two seasons at Santa Monica Junior College before going to UCLA.
Also, Monday a pair of former Titans signed elsewhere as linebacker Colby Bockwoldt agreed to a deal with San Francisco and one-time Titans draft pick Bo Schobel re-signed with Indianapolis.