Titans trade conditional draft pick to Browns for Terrance West

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Tennessee Titans added running back Terrance West in exchange for a conditional 2016 draft pick in a deal with the Cleveland Browns, the team announced Sunday.

West is likely to compete with Antonio Andrews for the carries that go to a big back while the team waits on rookie fifth-rounder David Cobb to heal up.

The Titans have placed Cobb on injured reserve/recall with a calf injury. He can return to practice after six weeks and to games after eight weeks.

The Titans' backfield is led by Bishop Sankey and also includes Dexter McCluster and Andrews along with fullback Jalston Fowler.

West was a third-round pick of the Browns in the 2014 draft. Sankey was the first running back chosen that year. West was the sixth.

Last year, as the Titans sorted through running backs, they had West in for a visit.

He led the Browns with 673 yards rushing and scored four touchdowns in his rookie season.

The trade leaves the Browns with two running backs on the 53-man roster: Isaiah Crowell and rookie Duke Johnson, who has been sidelined since he was diagnosed with a concussion in the third preseason game Aug. 29.

ESPN Browns reporter Pat McManamon contributed to this report.