Rich Pedroncelli/APAfter a rough 2013 with the Houston Texans

Rich Pedroncelli/APAfter a rough 2013 with the Houston Texans

Titans sign QB Wilson off Raiders’ practice squad

The Tennessee Titans have signed quarterback Tyler Wilson off the Raiders’ practice squad and have waived quarterback John Skelton to make room for him.

The Titans announced the move Tuesday.

Wilson hadn’t played in a regular-season game for the Raiders, who drafted him in the fourth round out of Arkansas this year. Wilson, who is 6-foot-2, had a school-record 7,493 career yards passing at Arkansas. He threw for 3,638 yards as a junior and 3,387 yards as a senior.NFLOakland Raiders & NFLRaidersTennessee TitansTyler Wilson

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