The Tennessee Titans announced this afternoon that they have agreed to a one-year contract extension with long snapper Morgan Cox. He has been with the team since the start of the 2021 season. In his career he has been to five Pro Bowls, including in 2022, and was voted first team All-Pro in 2020. The long snapper is a position that you don’t notice until something goes wrong. We haven’t noticed Cox the whole time he has been with the team.
They also announced the release of Ben Jones:
The #Titans have released center Ben Jones.— Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) March 10, 2023
HC Mike Vrabel: “I want to thank Ben for his time here with the Titans. He embodied a lot of the qualities we talk about when we describe a Titans player.”
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Here is what Mike Vrabel had to say about Jones via Jim Wyatt:
“I want to thank Ben for his time here with the Titans,” Titans Coach Mike Vrabel said in a statement on behalf of the organization. “He embodied a lot of the qualities we talk about when we describe a Titans player. He was a great teammate; his toughness was off the charts, and he had a leadership quality that was earned through the relationships he built and the dedication to the game he showed to his teammates.”