Could former New Orleans Saints safety Kenny Vaccaro soon have a new NFL home?

The NFL Network is reporting that Vaccaro will meet with the Tennessee Titans on Friday.

The titans are in the market for a safety, after losing Johnathan Cyprien to a torn ACL on Wednesday.

A native of Brownwood, Texas, Vaccaro, who was the 15th-overall pick out of Texas by the Saints in the 2013 NFL Draft, will enter his sixth season in the NFL in 2018, assuming he does play.

The 6-foot, 214-pound Vaccaro played in 14 games, all as a starter, at safety, as a rookie in 2013, while compiling 62 tackles, including one sack and one interception.

In 2014, Vaccaro slipped just a little, generating 51 tackles, to go along with one sacks, and one interception in 15 games, including 14 as a starter.

During 2015, a season in which Vaccaro rebounded, he totaled 71 tackles and 3 sacks, both career-highs, while playing in all 16 games, all as a starter.

After accumulating 68 tackles and two interceptions in 2016, Vaccaro generated 60 tackles and three interceptions in 12 games with the Saints last season.

In 5 seasons in the NFL, all with the Saints, Vaccaro has appeared in 68 games, including 67 as a starter, accumulating 283 tackles, 7.5 sacks, and 8 interceptions.