After a lot of years of moderate success in the NFL, the Tennessee Titans are a team in the AFC that might be headed in a downward spiral despite having one of the best young head coaches in the league in Mike Vrabel.
Last season, the Titans finished the year in second place in the lowly AFC South division behind the Jacksonville Jaguars (9-8), but it wasn’t anything to be proud of at 7-10 on the season.
Along with coming off a less-than-stellar season, the Titans could have a quarterback controversy this season, with the team drafting Will Levis out of the University of Kentucky to learn and compete with veteran Ryan Tannehill.
It’ll be an interesting season, to say the least, for the Titans, as there could be some drastic changes ahead, but in the meantime, the team is dealing with an incident that happened on the field in practice during training camp.
According to Ian Rapoport, the Titans made a strange move on Thursday to release offensive tackle Jamarco Jones after he was involved in multiple fights in practice.
The #Titans have released OT Jamarco Jones after he was tossed from practices for multiple fights, including nearly sparking a brawl. One of the players he attempted to fight: Jeffery Simmons 😳.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 3, 2023
Although it is strange to see a player get cut simply because of fights in practice, which can be a common occurrence during training camp, Jones must’ve been making a bad impression in the locker room while creating a toxic environment.
Jones started his NFL career with the Seattle Seahawks before landing with the Titans last year, with his season ending prematurely due to an injury that put him on injured reserve last September.
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