The Titans had clearly seen enough from their patrons Vic Beasley. The team announced that they would cut veterans on Wednesday.
While Beasley hasn’t even been with the Titans for a year, his time in Tennessee is still a lot in turmoil. He signed a one-year contract with a $ 9.5 million security back in March, but he was put on the Titans reserve / did not report in the training camp. He finally reported mid-August, but there was never a real explanation for his absence. Plus, while the two sides reiterated that they had been in touch during his absence, the Titans also made it clear that truancy was no excuse.
That is not the end of everything. Beasley then his physical flop was put on the PUP list, and he was eventually activated by Titans in early September. He made his first appearance on Week 3 for Tennessee, but he he mainly plays the role of platoon; His highest season in defenses played was last weekend against the Bengals. Altogether, the 28-year-old̵7;s Titans career will end with just three tackles and one dodge in five already played matches.
After a prominent career at Clemson, Falcons made Beasley the eighth overall pick on the draft 2015. The punter’s term with Falcons was a bit tough; after playing a pivotal role in Falcons winning the NFC championship in 2016 (15.5 sacks, six required times), he added only 10 sacks between 2017 and 2018. There is a possibility of one the opposing team would take the 28-year-old’s chance; a team would owe him only $ 1.85 million out of his 2020 remaining salary, according to ESPN’s Field Yates (on Twitter).
It’s been a busy few days for the Titans. Holding back cuts Johnathan Joseph earlier today and they had expert return / come back Desmond King in deal with Chargers yesterday.
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