Paul Kuharsky is reporting that the Titans are releasing Josh Kline:
The #Titans are releasing Josh Kline.— Paul Kuharsky (@PaulKuharskyNFL) March 15, 2019
The move saves the team $3.25 million against the salary cap.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports that the Titans offered Kline a pay cut but he declined:
The starting guard turned down a paycut to remain in Tennessee. https://t.co/TnBzgeDXQd— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2019
It probably would have been a good idea for Kline to take that pay cut because it is hard to see him getting signed on anywhere else.
Now the Titans have a starting spot on the offensive line to fill. There doesn’t appear to be anything going on with Quinton Spain, so it seems that the Titans will have 2 new starting guards when the 2019 season opens. We know that one of them will be Rodger Saffold. We don’t yet know who the other will be.
I assume we will see another move in free agency, but if we don’t you have to move iOL to the top of the needs list.
Garrett Bradbury, come on down. https://t.co/LKsV5gj94E— Terry Lambert (@TLambertTN) March 15, 2019
That’s probably a very real possibility at this point.