The Tennessee Titans signed Canadian offensive lineman Austin Pasztor.
Pasztor played in seven games for the Atlanta Falcons in 2017 as a backup tackle, but he was released by the Falcons after training camp in 2018. The 28-year-old started all 16 games for the Cleveland Browns in 2016.
Pasztor, who stands six-foot-seven and 308 pounds, was drafted in the first round, fourth overall by the Edmonton Eskimos in 2012, but he’s spent his entire career in the NFL after going undrafted the same year.
He was in Minnesota Vikings training camp in 2012. Jacksonville picked him up in September of that year and he played three seasons with the Jaguars. Cleveland claimed Pasztor off waivers in September 2015 where he played two seasons.
The Langton, Ontario native has accrued 43 starts over 65 games throughout the course of his seven-year career in the NFL.
Starting right tackle Jack Conklin was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury, so to fill the roster spot, the Titans signed Pasztor.