Don’t tell Kevin Walter he’s slowing down.

As the veteran receiver prepares for his 11th NFL season — and his first with the Titans — Walter wants to make an impact on his new team. And he said he’s mentally and physically prepared to do so, thanks in part to a strict training regimen.

“I feel better today than I did five years ago,” Walter said Wednesday. “I can still run well, and I think I can get by defenses. I take pride in my blocking. I feel great, really, and I’m ready to get going.”

A starter the past six seasons with the Houston Texans, Walter signed a one-year, $1.005 million deal with the Titans last week.

During an offseason when the team already has signed 12 free agents, his addition didn’t generate big headlines, or create an enormous amount of buzz. Walter said that’s just fine with him. With the Texans, he was regularly overshadowed by six-time Pro Bowler Andre Johnson.

In Tennessee, he’ll join a receiving corps that includes Kenny Britt, Nate Washington and Kendall Wright. So where will Walter fit in? That’s to be determined, but he has a track record of being durable (he’s played in 90 of 93 games since the 2007 season) and productive (four 50-yard seasons).

“Whatever the coaches want me to do, I’ll do it,” Walter said. “Yeah, I still think I can run real well. But I definitely take pride in blocking, whether it is blocking a linebacker, digging out a safety or cutting a defensive end. It all works together. ...

“They are installing the same system I have been playing in the last seven years in Houston, so it should be a smooth transition. It should be a fun offense to play in. I just want to do my part to help.”