NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The Tennessee Titans have agreed to a contract with punter Craig Hentrich, who will return for his 16th NFL season this year.
Terms of the deal announced Friday were not disclosed.
Hentrich, an unrestricted free agent, had considered retiring after last season.
Including his 4-year total with the Green Bay Packers at the start of his career, Hentrich's 1,141 career punts are tied with Rohn Stark for seventh in league history. He ranks second among active players, trailing only Jeff Feagles with 1,649.
Hentrich averaged 42.8 yards on 87 punts last season with a long of 75.
He also is the Titans' holder for field goal attempts and PATs.