RadunzCMHNASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans have a need on the offensive line again, and that wouldn’t be so bad if it was as simple as spending a draft pick on a replacement for Rodger Saffold in a move to get cheaper, younger and healthier.

The team cut Saffold on March 10 and saved $10.4 million dollars. Still a high-level run-blocker, his shoulder issues were a growing problem. He quickly signed with Buffalo. 

Of course, the issue with filling the Saffold hole is Dillon Radunz.

At least publicly, Tennessee still doesn’t know what Radunz is.

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