Greg Mabin is one of those players that has been on and off the roster of the Tennessee Titans many times in recent seasons.
The Titans signed the veteran cornerback on Monday. It’s the seventh time in around 18 months that he’s been brought to the active roster or the practice squad. He has also played for the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Arizona Cardinals throughout that time.
He’s back on just days before the 2022 NFL schedule is released.
Mabin played five games for Tennessee last season with two starts. His first start came days after he returned to the team for the fourth time. He was credited with 10 tackles and one pass defensed.
The 27-year-old adds a modicum of experience to a cornerback group flush with young talent, notably one 2020 draft pick (Kristian Fulton, second round), two 2021 draft picks (Caleb Farley first round and Elijah Molden, third round) and one 2022 draft pick (Roger McCreary, second round).
The Titans also signed him last May but released him before the end of training camp.
Undrafted in 2017, Mabin has appeared in 39 games (seven starts) with five franchises. He has been credited with 44 tackles, seven passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery.
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