Tennessee Titans have signed Dexter McCluster in free agency after he was allowed to hit the market by his former team the Kansas City Chiefs.
McCluster has signed with the Titans on a three-year deal, which is likely to give the AFC South team the peak years of his career.
The special teams turn wide-receiver is leaving Kansas City, with the electric punt returner signing a deal worth $12 million.
The Titans have thrown a lot of confidence behind the deal, with $4.5 million of the money said to be guaranteed.
McCluster gained 686 punt return yards last season, which guaranteed his place at the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career.
The acquisition will act as a move in the right direction for the Tennessee special teams, who only had 240 return yards as a team in 2013.