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Sankey, Titans Agree to Terms

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Bishop Sankey and the Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a four-year deal. Bishop Sankey and the Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a four-year deal.
by Tennessee Titans Media Relations

NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms on a contract with second-round draft pick RB Bishop Sankey.

Click here for photos of Sankey in a Titans uniform: http://bit.ly/1lC5TPo

Sankey becomes the fifth of the Titans’ six 2014 draft picks to come to terms on a contract.

In three years at the University of Washington, two as a starter, Sankey rushed for 3,496 yards and 37 touchdowns; and he posted 67 receptions for 567 yards. In his final season at Washington, he rushed for a school-record 1,870 yards, which ranked fourth in the country.

Additionally, Sankey broke the 100-yard mark eight times as a junior, produced 20 rushing touchdowns and became only the third Husky player to surpass the 2,000 all-purpose yardage mark in a season with 2,174 yards.

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