The Tennessee Titans released offensive lineman Taylor Lewan last week to free up cap space.
However, while it’s a necessary move for business, they didn’t exactly give the three-time Pro Bowler the most gracious farewell.
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Instead, Lewan said the team dropped off some of his belongings in garbage bags.
“Shout out to the @Titans dropping my stuff off today. They even let me keep the shoulder pads,” Lewan tweeted on Monday with a salute emoji.
It was a tough season for Lewan, who played in just two games after suffering a knee injury in Week 2. He also played in just five games in 2020 after suffering a torn ACL.
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Lewan said before his release that he would consider retirement if he were to be cut, but in a recent episode of his podcast, he acknowledged that the Cincinnati Bengals “need a left tackle.“
He also noted that he would not play for a division rival of Tennessee, so the Colts, Jaguars, and Texans are all out.
Lewan was the 11th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft out of Michigan by the Titans.
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Tennessee also released wide receiver Robert Woods, kicker Randy Bullock, and linebacker Zach Cunningham, saving about $30 million in capo.