Andre Johnson is -- well, was -- a free agent. Someone signed him! Continuing tradition, it's an AFC South team. Guess which one!

Johnson has signed with the Titans, according to multiple reports. This means that now Johnson has played for all but one of the four AFC South teams over the course of his career.

Johnson spent 12 years with the Houston Texans, who drafted him No. 3 overall in 2003. He's arguably the best player in franchise history (at this point in time, J.J. Watt pending), compiling almost 13,600 receiving yards with the Texans, along with 1,012 catches. Curiously, Johnson only has 64 touchdowns, a number that's way out of whack with his other receiving numbers -- it speaks to how bad the Texans were while he was there.

He jumped to the Colts last season, with high expectations for he and Frank Gore to rev up a potentially historic offense. Whoops. Johnson looked old and slow -- so in the words of Pete Prisco, he must go -- catching just 44 passes (on 77 targets) for 503 yards. Bad luck stung him too, with Andrew Luck suffering an injury. There would once again be no playoffs for Johnson.

Now he jumps to the Titans, a team that features an interesting roster. Marcus Mariota is a franchise quarterback capable of blossoming in his second year.

The receivers in Tennessee are young and have lots of upside: Kendall Wright (secretly not so young now), Dorial Beckham-Green and Justin Hunter should feel like they can beat out Harry Douglas (411 yards for Tennessee last year) for a starting spot if they ratchet up their game.

And so should Johnson. He's 35 and hardly the same receiver he was in 2013 when he topped 1,000 yards for Houston, much less in his prime. He can also serve as a mentor for some young talent that needs focus and direction, while potentially serving as a de facto tight end who splits out and helps move the chains. (The actual Titans tight end, Delanie Walker, is a really underrated player too.)

Worst-case scenario is this run with Tennessee flops and Johnson signs a one-day contract with Jacksonville next offseason so he can hit for the cycle.