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The Tennessee Titans released veteran center Eugene Amano Thursday afternoon, The Tennessean’s Jim Wyatt reports.
The seventh-round 2004 draft pick has spent his entire NFL career with Tennessee. He has started only 68 games during that span.
Amano, 31, didn’t play a single down for the Titans in 2012 due to an injured triceps muscle.
With a $6 million salary cap hit this year, Amano’s age and health were the primary reasons the Titans parted ways with him.
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The Tennessee Titans have waived veteran center Eugene Amano after he spent nine seasons and played 124 games for the franchise.
The Titans announced they made the move Thursday following an organized team activity.
Amano was a seventh-round draft pick out of Southeast Missouri State in 2004, and he wound up starting 68 games for the Titans at left guard and center. He signed a...
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