The Tennessee Titans have informed offensive tackle Taylor Lewan that they are releasing him to free agency. Lewan himself stated earlier in the offseason that he expected he would be a cap causality for the team in the coming weeks. He was the team’s first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft and was a top starting tackle for the team for nine seasons. With the move, the team will save nearly 15 million dollars with no dead cap penalty. In 2018 the team signed Lewan to the largest deal ever for an offensive lineman at that time.
I hope I did enough to create something all the titan fans can be proud of, I love you all. https://t.co/n96Ms4uIsX
— Taylor Lewan (@TaylorLewan77) February 22, 2023
As the starting offensive tackle for the Tennessee Titans for nine seasons, Taylor Lewan was named to three Pro Bowls. This past season he started and played in just two games and it looked likely that it would be his final season on the Titans’ sideline. While his podcast is doing well, he is not likely to retire at this time. With free agency coming up, the talented offensive tackle will likely have a few teams interested in him for next season. The Washington Commanders have already been linked to the offensive tackle and other teams could also be interested.