Tennessee Titans released the three-time Pro Bowl – TAYLOR LEWAN

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After losing Taylor Lewan, who served as a pillar of the offensive line for nearly a decade, the Tennessee Titans will have a substantial amount of work to do to rebuild the beginning of their line. As part of a more comprehensive strategy to reduce costs, the Tennessee Titans have decided to sever their ties with one of their longtime offensive cornerstones. This decision was made on Wednesday.

Taylor Lewan, who played left tackle for the squad, was cut after the team determined that he failed a physical. On Wednesday, the news was first reported on Twitter by Lewan’s programme titled “Bustin’ with the Boys.”

The move was one of four that the Titans implemented on Thursday in an effort to save nearly $38 million against the salary limit. At the beginning of the day, Tennessee’s spending had already exceeded the limit by $23.3 million.

After being selected by the Titans in the first round of the 2014 NFL draught, Lewan didn’t take long to establish himself as an indispensable member of the Titans’ formidable offensive and defensive lines. He was named to the Pro Bowl in 2016, 2017, and 2018. Lewan created openings for the hard-charging running back Derrick Henry and established the tone for an offence that has consistently been listed as one of the run-heavy attacks in the league.

However, he has been sidelined for a combined total of 30 games over the course of the past three years, 15 of which came in the most recent season when a knee injury cut short his season after only two contests. Lewan expressed his gratitude towards Titans’ followers by tweeting, “I hope I did enough to produce something that all the titan fans can be proud of, I love you all.”  By cutting ties with Lewan, the Titans will be able to save $14.8 million. According to the veteran, he was aware that this move was coming.

In the week leading up to the Super Bowl, Lewan announced on the website of the Tennessee Titans that he would be released from the team within the next couple of weeks. “That will happen,” Lewan said. “I wholeheartedly and completely believe that to be the case. Then I will be put in a position that I have never been in before in my entire life: I will have to consider the benefits and drawbacks of either participating in football or not participating in football.

For the first time in almost ten years, the Titans have reached a point where they need to consider their options at left tackle. They have the eleventh overall pick in this year’s NFL draught, which gives them the opportunity to select from among a number of prospective replacements. Some of these candidates include Paris Johnson Jr. of Ohio State, Peter Skoronski of Northwestern, and Broderick Jones of Georgia.

The Titans have parted ways with Receiver Robert Woods.

According to the announcement made by the Titans on Wednesday, the club has also let go of veteran wide receiver Robert Woods. It appeared as though Woods was confirming the transaction on Twitter by broadcasting the word “Free!” By cutting ties with the receiver, who still had three years left on his contract, the Titans were able to save an additional $12 million against the salary limit. After suffering a concussion towards the end of the previous season, which caused him to lose a number of games, it is expected that first-round pick Treylon Burks will have a greater role in the offence next year.

The Titans have decided to dismiss K Randy Bullock.

After Randy Bullock was released from his contract on Wednesday, the Titans will need to find a replacement for him as their kicker for the 2023 season. The previous year, Bullock, who is now 33 years old, was successful with 17 of his 20 attempts at field goals and made all 28 of his extra point attempts. The Titans will avoid spending $2 million as a result of his departure.

The Titans have parted ways with Linebacker Zach Cunningham.

On Wednesday, the Titans completed their housecleaning by releasing linebacker Zach Cunningham. This was the final move in their series of movements. The six-year veteran was only able to appear in a total of six games during the 2022 season because of a shoulder injury, and he finished the year on injured reserve. He had a total of 24 clearances. Cunningham’s release resulted in a savings for Tennessee of $8.9 million.


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