The Tennessee Titans have exercised the 2018 option on tight end Luke Stocker, according to ESPN’s Field Yates. Stocker will receive a $125,000 bonus and can make up to $1.375 million more in 2018.

During the first week of December, the veteran tight end inked a two-year deal with the club. The signing came a week after he was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Over the course of three games with Tennessee, Stocker was targeted just twice, bringing down one pass for 12 yards.

In his first nine games with the Buccaneers in 2017, he accounted for three receptions for 18 yards. However, with Tampa Bay already employing Cameron Brate and drafting fellow tight end O.J. Howard out of Alabama with its first pick last spring, Stocker found his time with the NFC South franchise come to a screeching halt.