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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Tricky, Mar 18, 2020.
Ah right, didn't realize who I was talking with at first. My bad Mr. McFLARE, carry on
It's like just giving him away. There's literally nothing good to come from this. You can't just sabotage an average at best defense like this and expect everything to be ok.
They were going to cut him or get what they could. So they got what they could. They will replace him with an equal or better player I would think.
That wasn’t “Titan like” the way they just dropped him , which could be a good thing . I’m just not sure what type of statement it makes to the locker room. He was a model football player and member of the community . We will obviously know more as we get more details on whether he wanted out or refused to restructure but as of now it just seems like stone cold business. The Titans usually show more appreciation for their flagship veterans.
And usually hang onto players for way to long.... and usually, suck
I mean, what if they were doing him a favor? It’’s possible he wanted to finish out elsewhere with Simmons being there now etc. I don’t know, just saying, we don’t know what happened behind the scenes, but I’m betting there is a reason to it besides just opening up cap room.
Not judging by his farewell comments.
“I would be lying if I said I wasn’t confused and hurt, but it’s a business!” he wrote. “But, I am comforted with every text, call, comment, tweet and DM I have received. Y’all are showing your boy some real love and encouragement! Hoping I left my mark in TN because y’all will forever be in my heart.”
If not to raise the cap for Clowney, then the mystery continues.
Damn man, that’s a shame....I liked Casey, but there has to be good reason behind it. Definitely clearing space for additions....Jrob and co want to stay winners which is refreshing.