One of the more surprising decisions was Tye Smith being cut in favor of 7th round rookie Chris Jackson. Jackson must have really impressed in camp, but Smith has produced at the NFL level for Tennessee and seemed to be the Titans’ most talented backup corner. Chris Milton was also released, which hurts the Titans’ special teams coverage units.
At EDGE, Tennessee waived D’Andre Walker, who missed all of last season with an injury and is a practice squad candidate. Vic Beasley was removed from the NFI list and is officially on the roster.
This is only going to add fuel to the fire when people speculate about Jadeveon Clowney’s landing spot, but Tennessee does have Harold Landry and Kamalei Correa on the roster. Those two started the 2019 season together and behind them they have the wild card in Vic Beasley as well as Derrick Roberson who avoided a scary injury in the last week of practice.
Aaron Brewer made the team, and there is a good chance that you might have to look that name up.
Well, let me save you the trouble and tell you that he is an UDFA center from Texas State. If you did look that up, you would find the Arizona Cardinals long snapper by the same name.
Hopefully this Aaron Brewer has a similar career and ends up with a Super Bowl ring as well (his doppelganger won a title with the Denver Broncos).