Tennessee Titans: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties

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Tennessee Titans: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties

Nov 24, 2013; Oakland, CA, USA; Tennessee Titans receiver Nate Washington (85) during the game against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum. The Titans defeated the Raiders 23-19. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Wondering which Tennessee Titans players are in danger of becoming cap causalities or surprise releases? ESPN blogger Paul Kuharsky gives his readers a good idea. Below are five players who, if released, could the Titans a large chunk of change for incoming free agents or contract extensions with Alterraun Verner, Bernard Pollard, etc.

Tennessee Titans: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties

Tennessee Titans: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties, Chart from Paul Kuharsky at ESPN

Chart and numbers from ESPN. You can find Kuharsky’s entire analysis here.

The Titans are scheduled to have an available cap room of $6.007 million. Releasing all five of those players equals $22 million. Just cutting Stewart and Johnson gives them $12.4 million.

Let’s take a brief look at each player and whether it makes sense to meet their 2014 salary. A poll will follow each player.

SOURCE: ESPN (Paul Kukarsky)

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  • Adam Ellis

    If anything, nate washington needs to go! Id rather keep kenny britt over nate washington. But thats not why i bring this up. Am i the ONLY person whos ever seen michael preston play? The guy is a 6’4 inch beast! Im getting tired of him being on the practice squad while people like nate washington sits no.2 or 1 on the depth chart. Get washington out of town and get preston into the everyday line up!

    • Joshua Huffman

      Yea if Preston doesn’t get a roster spot following this year’s training camp, he never will…at least here. Kevin Walter, Kenny Britt and Damian Williams are all FAs. At least two of them are gone. There’s NO reason whatsoever as to why he doesn’t have a decent spot on the WR depth chart unless he just has a terrible training camp or gets injured.

  • Matt Ward

    If they cut all 5 that Kuharskey mentioned today, I’d be pleased. Wouldn’t hate seeing Nate Washington and possibly Wimbley brought back on cheap deals later though.

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