NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Gerald McCoy hardly seems done, and his release was over cost, not ability.

He’s eager, per Adam Schefter, to play for a contender now, with finances not at the top of his concerns.McCoy

Still, I would think there are a number of teams willing to pay him who figure to have a solid playoff chance, and the Titans are not on the initial list of prospective suitors provided by Schefter -- the Browns, Patriots, Chargers, Jaguars and Cowboys, “amongst others,” he tweeted.

Those teams are almost certainly a list of likely suitors or wished-for suitors from Tracy Lartigue, McCoy’s agent.

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