LOS ANGELES — Two weeks after the Titans waived TE A.J. Derby, the team announced Friday that the former undrafted free agent was fined $5,000 and banned for the remainder of the season.
The Titans waived Derby following the 2015 season, but he was waived after the 2016 season.
Derby was waived by the Saints and signed by the Titans in 2015.
He was a backup to the Titans’ first-round pick, Corey Davis, but made just two catches for 11 yards and a touchdown during his rookie season.
Tennessee waived Derby after the 2015 regular season.
He has two receptions for 28 yards this season.
A.D. Brackett, a third-round selection by the Rams in 2016, was fined a $1,000 penalty and banned indefinitely.
The team said Bracketts “violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy,” which includes a $500 fine and three-game ban.
Bracksett also was cited for violating the league’s substance abuse policy.
He missed the 2015 preseason and was released by the Bucs before the 2016 regular season ended.
He made one catch for two yards and two receptions in seven games for the Rams this season, and the team also released him.