The Tennessee Titans announce full list of cuts.
The Tennessee Titans announced their roster by giving out their full list of cuts.
There is some good news and some smart moves in there, but let me tell you there was a few choices that they made that make almost no sense.
Before we get into that, here is the list of cuts:
OL Hroniss Grasu
OL Austin Pasztor
TE Ryan Hewitt
DB Kenneth Durden
DB D’Andre Payne
DB JoJo Tillery
DB Michael Jordan
DB Kareem Orr
DB LaDarius Wiley
DL Chris Nelson
DL Braxton Hoyett
DL Frank Herron
DL Amani Bledsoe
LB Derick Roberson
LB Ukeme Eligwe
LB Quart’e Sapp
LB LaTroy Lewis
LB Eric Cotton
OL A.T. Hall
OL Aaron Stinnie
OL Corey Levin
OL Tyler Marz
P Austin Barnard
QB Logan Woodside
RB Akeem Hunt
RB Jeremy McNichols
RB Alex Barnes
TE Parker Hesse
WR DeAngelo Yancey
WR Anthony Ratliff-Williams
WR Papi White
WR Cody Hollister
WR Tanner McEvoy
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-Keeping Isaiah Mack on the roster seemed like a no-brainer, but after looking at this list some of the moves were made without a brain so it is good to see that Mack made the team.
-The Titans didn’t have an issue with “sunk cost” letting Aaron Stinnie hit the waiver wire with the potential of possibly bringing him back for the practice squad still an option.
-It is always a good idea to only keep 2 QBs unless one of them has trade value that you truly believe you can collect on during the season.
–Anthony Firkser made the roster which is great for the team.
-The Titans cut their fourth best lineman of the preseason in Corey Levin. Not only should Levin have been the starter at guard, he could have been the starter at center if the Titans would have been able to think creatively.
Genuinely this move is upsetting because it tells players that even if you outperform your competition, it doesn’t matter if the coaches have pet projects.
-I don’t know how many good runs and catches you have to see before you realize that Jeremy McNichols was the 2nd best RB on the roster after the preseason.
All in all this was a bad cut down day where the Titans cut surefire upside and clear results for what I guess they see as potential but what looks like players who make bad mistakes frequently.
The majority of these issues come from the offensive line and everyone should be really interested to see what Keith Carter does with this unit because he was part of some bad moves today and if he wasn’t behind them then he was complicit and that is just as bad.