Nov 14, 2013; Nashville, TN, USA; Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson (28) is congratulated by teammates David Stewart (76) and Taylor Thompson (84) and Craig Stevens (88) after scoring on a 30-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the Indianapolis Colts at LP Field. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Poll Results: Potential Cap Casualties for Tennessee Titans




Poll results from Tennessee Titans: 5 Players Who Could Become Cap Casualties (HERE).

Above are the results from multiple respondents who gave their takes on which players the Tennessee Titans should consider placing among the cap casualties before the 2014-15 NFL free-agency period. An earlier article asked fans about running back Chris Johnson. Most fans were in favor of retaining him even though the team could save $6 million (some of which they’d have to use toward a new running back).

Fans are prepared to move on from David Stewart. Although Craig Stevens is a good blocker, they appear to want a little more offensive production from their No. 2 tight end. Kamerion Wimbley was an iffy selection. One can hope that he’ll restructure his contract and giving this team some more playing room heading into free agency. Wimbley would provide experience as a 3-4 outside linebacker.

Cutting one or more of these players would not only allow the team to re-sign their own free agents (e.g. Alterraun Verner, Bernard Pollard) but maybe fill a pass-rusher need through free agency. Let’s see how management handles this period and how it affects the preview of the 2014 NFL Draft.


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