Matt Cassel joining Titans on one-year contract

The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Matt Cassel, a source told ESPN's Paul Kuharsky.

The Cowboys acquired Cassel in a trade from the Buffalo Bills after Tony Romo suffered a broken left collarbone in a Week 2 win against the Philadelphia Eagles. Cassel was inactive for his first two games and served as Brandon Weeden's backup before taking over as the starter Oct. 25 against the New York Giants.

The Cowboys won only one of Cassel's seven starts. In four starts he failed to throw for more than 200 yards and was yanked in favor of Kellen Moore on Dec. 19 against the New York Jets. Moore started the final two games of the season with Cassel as the backup.

The 33-year-old Cassel finished the season having completed 119 of 204 passes for 1,276 yards, with five touchdown passes and seven interceptions.

In his career with the Cowboys, Bills, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots, he has thrown for 17,003 yards with 101 touchdown passes and 77 interceptions.

ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer contributed to this report.