SEATTLE (AP) -Defensive end Bryce Fisher, who had been benched by Seattle after starting for two seasons, has been traded to Tennessee.
Fisher's agent, Peter Schaffer, confirmed the deal Tuesday.
Fisher, a seven-year veteran, had been replaced as a starter with the faster Darryl Tapp, the Seahawks' second-round draft choice in 2006.
He is the second former Seattle player the Titans have added since June under new general manager Mike Reinfeldt, who joined Tennessee after working as a player personnel executive with the Seahawks the previous few years. The Titans picked up cornerback Kelly Herndon in June after he was cut by Seattle.
The Titans have been looking to add depth at defensive end to help Kyle Vanden Bosch. Antwan Odom and Travis LaBoy having struggled with injuries their first three seasons.

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