The Titans’ start to the pre-free agency period has been roughly what I expected.

They signed a couple of bit-part players, made another notable but expected salary-cap move in Janoris Jenkins, re-signed their second-most important guy heading to market and head into the official start of free agency Wednesday afternoon with remaining money issues.A.J. Moore

A.J. Moore/ © Jenna Watson/IndyStar, Indianapolis Star via Imagn Content Services, LLC

The one thing I had not considered was that their biggest cut would surface with one of their biggest AFC obstacles. We will explore Rodger Saffold’s fate below.

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