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DE Bryce Fisher acquired from Seahawks

Bryce Fisher In an attempt to bolster their defensive line, the Tennessee Titans acquired defensive end Bryce Fisher from the Seattle Seahawks for an undisclosed draft pick.  A starter for the Seahawks the past two seasons, Fisher was first moved to right DE but was beaten out by Darryl Tapp.  He was made expendable by the signing of ex-Falcons DE Patrick Kerney.

Titans head coach Jeff Fisher told SportsTicker, “This is a good addition to our team in a number of ways.  He has been productive and durable player through the years and a player that we have interest in for a number of years.  I look forward adding him to our defensive line mix.”  A 1999 draft pick, Fisher (Bryce, not Jeff) has registered 26 sacks in 82 games, with a career-best 9 sacks while with Seattle in 2005.


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