Titans extend TE Walker for two years, $17 million

The Tennessee Titans signed tight end Delanie Walker to a two-year extension on Friday, the team announced.Terms were not disclosed, but according to multiple reports, the deal is worth $17 million with $12.8 million guaranteed.Walker, who turns 34 on Aug. 12, was entering the final year of a two-year, $14.7 million extension signed in May of 2016. He is due $6.2 million in 2018, putting him on the books for a total of $23.2 million over the next three years.The 13th-year veteran is riding a string of three straight Pro Bowl appearances, the first three of his career. He caught 74 passes for 807 yards and four total touchdowns (one rushing) last year, topping 800 yards for the fourth consecutive season.

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Final Day of Training Camp: By Alex Abernathy

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Joint Practice #1 Recap: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

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Bubble Practice Recap: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

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Titans Weekend Wrap-up: By Alex Abernathy and Eli Hiskey

Friday: Following the game at Green Bay on Thursday night, Mike Vrabel had a press conference to talk about his first preseason fame as a head coach. Vrabel was impressed by the play of Harold Landry including his strip sack. Cameron Batson’s aggressiveness while returning kicks also stuck out to the head coach. What Vrabel…