Tennessee currently has Brian Schwenke atop their depth chart at center, but they did use a sixth-round selection on Andy Gallik, who could be in the mix for the job.
Wells, 34, was entering the final year of his four-year, $24 million contract when the Rams elected to release him in a move that cleared $3,750,000 in available cap space this past March.
Since then, there hasn’t been any reported interest in Wells. However, there was some talk that the Rams could considering bringing him back, depending on how things go with their younger center options this summer.
Last year, Wells managed to appear in all 16 games for the Rams for the first time since he joined them. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the worst qualifying center in the league last year.