This is important for Titans. The Tennessee Titans are officially under the projected cap after releasing Adam Humphries earlier in the week. Right now they have the 19th most cap space in the NFL, but they are still only $2 million below the salary cap ceiling right now.
It is clear now that the Tennessee Titans could have made a better choice in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft than tackle Isaiah Wilson. After a disastrous rookie year, Wilson has made it known that he is not interested in a second year with Tennessee.
Titans are trying to re-sign Corey Davis. Tennessee Titans fans, thank Turron Davenport for brightening your day on this fine Friday afternoon. I’ll be honest, after Jon Robinson’s press conference a few weeks ago it seemed like Corey Davis was going to get the Jack Conklin treatment.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be taking a closer look at the Titans’ free agent class. One by one, we’ll provide some basic details on the player before making an argument for both sides — why the Titans should, or shouldn’t re-sign that player.
After the Titans used pick No. 29 to acquire Wilson last year, he had multiple run-ins with the law, completed a pair of stints on the reserve/COVID-19 list, played only four snaps during his debut NFL season and then ended the campaign on the reserve/non-football illness list.
Wide receiver Adam Humphries wasn’t the only Titans player to get a pink slip on Thursday. The team’s announcement of the Humphries move also included word that the team is parting ways with two other players.
For the second time in less than a year, an NFL team has decided that Jurrell Casey costs too much. The Denver Broncos have released the veteran defensive lineman, according to multiple reports Thursday.
One way or another, a resolution on Watt’s status should come sooner rather than later. He’s not the type of guy to drag this process out, and a decision will likely be announced at some point in the coming weeks.