True. Here's a good article on how the waiver wire works: http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2009/9/5/1016903/how-does-the-nfl-waiver-wire So the Titans are 16th (I assume) in line for Blount if he is released. I don't know if Denver is ahead or behind that. But let's assume there are a number of other teams who might need a power RB on the roster. It's risky. We also have to keep in mind that the Titans might target a LB or S over Blount. Also, do other teams take on a "troubled" player that some may think Blount may be?