NASHVILLE, Tenn. The revolving door that has been the Tennessee Titans this off-season just keeps on spinning.
It has collected and either secured or sent packing everybody from team president Mike Reinfeldt to a bevy of coaches to unusual aggressiveness in free agency, either by signing new players or letting their own that turned free agents go. Thus, the results of a 6-10 season in head coach Mike Munchaks second season that didnt sit well with Houston-based team owner Bud Adams, whose less than subtle approach about wanting success soon hasnt fallen on deaf ears down the line.
The comings and goings continued this week when the Titans couldnt reach a contract restructuring with veteran quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who was released with a year remaining on his original three-year deal worth 20 million that was to pay 5.5 million this year with a salary cap hit of 7.5 million.
Seems the Titans already had their eyes set on a younger quarterback as backup to starter Jake Locke...