Oct 11, 2012; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans safety Jordan Babineaux (26) celebrates during the second half against the Pittsburgh Steelers at LP Field. The Titans beat the Steelers 26-23. Mandatory credit: Don McPeak-USA TODAY Sports

Tennessee Titans to Release SS Jordan Babineaux

The Tennessee Titans plan to release veteran safety Jordan Babineaux, according to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. Veteran safety George Wilson was signed the previous month, in essence, replacing Jordan Babineaux.

Babineaux had a terrible 2012 campaign, starting it off by losing his starting spot to safety Robert Johnson. Obviously, that was short lived as well. Jordan found his way back into the starting lineup just a few games into the season. That didn’t do much for the Titans though, who saw what was probably the worst safety play this team has ever seen.

Babineaux was also benched a time or two through out the season for poor plays during games.

During the 2011 season, Babineaux was a solid player for the Titans. When his contract expired this last year, many of us, myself included, were desperate for the Titans to re-sign him after such a solid season. Part of the need for the Titans to sign him came from the fact that they were so thin at the position, as we saw this year.

This certainly improves the likeliness of the Titans drafting a young safety early in the 2013 NFL Draft. Veteran George Wilson should bring some solid play, but the Titans should be looking for a young playmaker who can strengthen a backfield that’s been falling apart for the past two to three years. Of course, with the release of so many safeties by multiples teams, the Titans could look to add more depth in free agency.

We’ll see. Free agency is opening up…. NOW


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  • Wside#44Grooms

    Am I alone in thinking T.J. McDonald out of SoCal would be a good fit for the Titans? Especially not being thrown to the wolves his rookie year with the Wilson signing. I havent heard anyone linking him to the Titans and im sure theres some sort of reason for that, I dont study deep into the draft prospects like some guys do so I may be missing some weak parts of his game. At a glance though he seems like a big guy with great length and a hitter.

    • http://www.titansized.com/ Justin Stewart

      From what I remember, he has some coverage problems. If I’m the Titans, that’s at the top of my priorities for any safety I’m drafting. I expect them to take one in the first couple rounds of the draft this year.

      • Wside#44Grooms

        yea last thing they need is another expert in messing stuff up

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