Titans finalize deal to get Sneed from Chiefs

In this Jan. 13 file photo. L’Jarius Sneed breaks up a pass intended for Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill with Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie (22) helping during a wild-card playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. (Associated Press)
In this Jan. 13 file photo. L’Jarius Sneed breaks up a pass intended for Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill with Chiefs cornerback Trent McDuffie (22) helping during a wild-card playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. (Associated Press)

It’s a done deal.

The Tennessee Titans announced Friday night they have officially agreed to terms with the Kansas City Chiefs in a trade involving cornerback L’Jarius Seed.

Kansas City is trading Sneed to the Titans in exchange for a 2025 third-round pick and a swap of 2024 seventh-round picks. The Titans get pick No. 252 in this year’s draft, while the Chiefs move up to pick No. 221.

In addition, Sneed is getting a new multi-year contract with the Titans.

Sneed, 27, has started 57 regular season games during the past four seasons with the Chiefs, recording 10 interceptions, 6.5 sacks, and 40 passes defensed.

In a story posted to the team website, Titans general manager Ran Carthon said Sneed’s addition is “huge” for the defense while discussing the team’s diligence in getting the deal done.

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