• Titans release longtime placekicker Bironas

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Mar 19, 2014
    The Titans released Rob Bironas, their kicker since 2005, on Wednesday, the team announced. Bironas hit 25 of 29 field goal attempts in 2013, but indications are the team doesn't feel his cost and production added up going forward. Bironas was due a $250,000 roster bonus and a $2.875 million base salary in 2014, the second year of a two-year, $6.675 million contract. "We want to thank Rob for his nine years of service to the Titans. They’ll save $2.875 million against the cap with the move, but there aren’t many experienced options to replace the guy who spent his entire career with the Titans. Most of the free agents were quickly re-signed by their teams, with old man David Akers and Rian Lindell and Lawrence Tynes among the few experienced kickers on the street.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Titans releasing longtime kicker Rob Bironas

      Perhaps no position in free agency got as thin, as fast as the kicker market. Now the Titans are looking for one. According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean, the Titans are releasing veteran Rob Bironas. They’ll save $2.875 million against the cap with t…

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