There are four players (and one honorable mention) the Tennessee Titans should cut in order to create more cap space for the 2020 offseason.
The Tennessee Titans have 22 free agents to make decisions on in 2020, but four of them stand out above the rest by far.
As it stands now, the Titans will have about $54 to $57 million to work with by default, which is a solid sum of money. However, if the Titans decide to bring back the “big four” as I like to call them, that money will dry up rather quickly depending on how the contracts are structured.
The good news is the Titans have at least four big names they can cut during the offseason in order to open up more money and more room to work with.
One of these names in particular will hit Titans fans right in the feels, however football is a business and general manager Jon Robinson can’t (and won’t) get caught up in his feelings when it comes to doing what’s best for the franchise.
Here are four players (and one honorable mention) Tennessee should cut in order to save money in 2020.