Titans center Fernando Velasco, a restricted free agent, signed his one-year tender on Monday morning and began taking part in the teams voluntary workout program, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports.
Velasco started all 16 games for the Titans in 2012, including 13 starts at center and three at guard.
The Titans tendered Velasco at a second-round level last month. Hes...
NFL News: The Tennessee Titans have re-signed center Fernando Velasco to a one-year, $2.023 million dollar contract for the 2013 season.
Fantasy Ramifications: Velasco holds no fantasy football value.
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With the start of the new League Year fast approaching, the Titans took care of some necessary business on Monday, putting a restricted free agent tender on Fernando Velasco. Jim Wyatt indicated it was the second-round tender amount of $2.023 million. I'd expected the Titans to tender Velasco at that level; it's $680,000 more than the lowest possible tender, but as Velasco...
The Tennessee Titans have placed a second-round tender on center Fernando Velasco before the start of free agency.
The Titans announced the tender Monday. If another team offers Velasco a contract, the tender allows the Titans to match the offer or receive a second-round selection in April's draft from the team signing the lineman.
Velasco started 16 games for Tennessee last...
The Tennessee Titans have issued a second round tender to center Fernando Velasco, according to The Tennessean.
Velasco proved his worth by filling in for Eugene Amano, who tore his triceps last preseason. Velasco, penciled in as a backup when training camp opened, started all 16 games for the Titans.
The second round tender would be worth $2.023 million for the 2013 season...
Fernando Velasco may be the Titans' starting center in 2012.
The Tennessee Titans have not had a decent center since Kevin Mawae's 2008 season. Following offseason surgery, Mawae was terrible in 2009 (yes, he was selected for the Pro Bowl, which is further evidence that popularity and name recognition are more important than performance) and the...
For four seasons now, Fernando Velasco has been looking for an opportunity.
The undrafted free agent first came to the Titans in 2008 and promptly got injured at the start of his first training camp. Since that time, he spent nearly two years on the practice squad and last year as a backup guard and center.
But now, Velasco is finally getting a chance to be considered for a starting...
Via AP on Fox
August 03, 2012