Kenny Vaccaro has found a new home in the National Football League.
Saturday morning, Vaccaro signed with the Tennessee Titans after spending the first five seasons of his career with the New Orleans Saints. Terms of the contract have not yet been revealed.
Vaccaro, a 6-foot, 215-pound All-American safety out of the University of Texas, Early High School and Brownwood High School, has amassed 386 career tackles with eight interceptions and 7.5 career sacks in 68 games, 67 of which he started.
Vaccaro was a first-round pick of the Saints in the 2013 NFL Draft, selected with the 15th overall pick.
Vaccaro worked out for the Titans on Friday at Saint Thomas Sports Park in Nashville. He is expected to take over for safety Johnathan Cyprien, who was placed on injured reserve earlier this week after suffering a torn ACL.
The Titans compete in the AFC South Division along with the Houston Texans, Jacksonville Jaguars and Indianapolis Colts. The Texans, Jaguars and Titans are expected by many to be playoff contenders in 2018.
Tennessee reached the playoffs in 2017 with a 9-7 record, one game back of division champion Jacksonville. The Titans defeated Kansas City, 22-21, in the wild card round before falling to New England, 35-14, in the divisional round.