NASHVILLE – The Titans have acquired former Panthers offensive lineman Dennis Daley in a trade.
The Titans received Daley and a seventh-round pick in the 2024 NFL Draft from the Panthers in exchange for a fifth-round pick in the 2024 draft.
Daley, a sixth-round draft pick of the Panthers in the 2019 NFL Draft, has played in 34 career NFL games, with 21 starts, over the past three seasons at a number of positions (13 at LT, 7 at LG, 1 at RG).
Daley (6-6, 326) saw action in 15 games for the Panthers in 2021, including nine starts. Daley started five games at left guard and four games at left tackle a year ago.
In 2020, Daley played in five games, starting three at left guard, for the Panthers before landing on the reserve/injured list.
Daley played in 14 games, with nine starts, for Carolina in his rookie season in 2019 and was part of an offensive line that helped Christian McCaffrey become the third player in NFL history with over 1,000 yards rushing and 1,000 yards receiving.
Daley played 31 snaps at guard for the Panthers in the team’s preseason finale against the Buffalo Bills on Friday night.
In college, Daley played two seasons at South Carolina after transferring from Georgia Military College. He started 23 of the last 24 games while playing left tackle in 2018 and second half of 2017 after beginning the season at guard.