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Report: Titans release Da’Norris Searcy

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Add safety to your list of depth needs in free agency and the draft.

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This from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network:

The Titans gave Johnathan Cyprien a bunch of money last year to come in and replace Da’Norris Searcy. Cyprien ended up missing some time with a hamstring injury, so Searcy still got plenty of run, but this move really isn’t surprising. Releasing Searcy saves the Titans $3.85 million in cap money this year. He will account for a little over $1 million in dead money according to Over The Cap.

This move does make the Titans pretty thin at safety. You can add that to the list of positions that the Titans will be looking to improve in the draft and free agency. It might not be a huge need, but they could use some depth at the position.

Searcy was a 4th round pick by the Buffalo Bills back in 2011. He signed with the Titans as a free agent before the 2015 season. Searcy had 3 interceptions in 3 seasons with Tennessee.