The Atlanta Falcons have added another former Tennessee Titans player, signing wide receiver Cameron Batson on Wednesday, according to a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
The 26-year-old suffered an ACL injury back in October, prematurely ending his 2021 campaign.
Former Titans’ WR Cameron Batson, who tore his ACL last fall and has been cleared just seven months after surgery, is signing with the Atlanta Falcons, per source. His agent, @camRONweiss, confirmed the deal.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 1, 2022
Batson gives the team more depth at slot receiver and in the kick/punt return game. The former Titan reunites with Falcons head coach Arthur Smith, continuing a trend of Atlanta poaching players from Tennessee and Chicago.
For his career, Batson has 22 catches for 197 receiving yards and two touchdowns. He has averaged 19.4 yards per kick return since 2018, while adding seven carries for 36 rushing yards.