• Dion Lewis agrees to deal with Titans

    By: Tom Leyden


    BOSTON - The highway from Boston to Tennessee is apparently wide open. 

    Dion Lewis, after three seasons in New England, has agreed to sign a new contract with the Titans, according to a report by ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

    Lewis was featured in a crowded Patriots backfield but was unlikely to sign a lucrative deal should he chosen to stay in New England. 

    NFL Network's Ian Rapoport pegs the agreement as a four-year deal that will pay him among the top 10 running backs in the game. 

    In 16 games with the Patriots this season, Lewis rushed 180 times for 896 yards, while catching 32 passes for an additional 214 yards. He scored 10 touchdowns, including a kickoff return for six in New England's win over Denver. 

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