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Titans decline to tender FB Khari Blasingame – Titans Wire

The Tennessee Titans appear set to part ways with fullback Khari Blasingame after reportedly declining to tender him on Tuesday, according to Justin Melo of The Draft Network.
Of course, it’s possible Tennessee could bring Blasingame back for cheaper than the tender price ($2.4 million), but chances are that won’t happen.
That’s because Blasingame was surpassed on the depth chart last season by 2021 undrafted free agent, fullback Tory Carter, who performed well in the role.
As president of the Geoff Swaim fan club (I’m vice president) and Titans Wire contributor Tyler Rowland laid out in a film breakdown of Carter, Tennessee’s offense was able to do more in the run game with him than Blasingame thanks to the former’s speed and physicality.
Blasingame is the second pending Titans free agent the team has declined to tender, with the other being right tackle David Quessenberry.
After two days of the legal tampering period, the start of the new league year falls on March 16 at 4 p.m. ET, when pending free agents officially hit the open market and can sign on the dotted line with teams.
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