It Must Be the Offseason If We’re Talkin’ About Austin Davis
Well, it’s the offseason. So, I guess us esteemed Tennessee Titans writers, journalists, and orators have to have something to write and talk about. The Titans have officially released backup backup quarterback Austin Davis. That means “third string” to those of you who aren’t familiar with the rudimentary concepts of football.
It’s likely the Tennessee Titans will make plenty of moves within the roster during the 2019 offseason, and the team has started the process of making changes.
According to a report by ESPN’s Field Yates, the Titans cut reserve quarterback Austin Davis on Monday afternoon.
Titans team reporter Jim Wyatt confirmed the report shortly after, taking to Twitter with the news the Titans had indeed parted ways with Davis.
Davis was originally signed by the Titans on Sept. 25, following backup Blaine Gabbert’s concussion against the Jaguars in Week 3.
He was then released on Oct. 9, and re-signed on Dec. 24 after Marcus Mariota was sidelined due to an injury.
Yeesh, here we go. Going to be a quiet few weeks, I guess. It’s too early into the offseason for us to starting putting our free agent target lists and all that. Don’t worry, though – I’m not NOT a professional. I do already have my positions of need piece ready.
It just goes to show you the stark contrast between covering the Titans, and then covering teams that win championships. Patriots writers and Rams writers still have game tape to break down and talk about for another two weeks. By then, it’s time to move on to 2019! For us legitimate Titans journalists, we’re writing about the third string quarterback.
I don’t want to be that guy who complains about his job, but sometimes it is really hard work covering this team. Thank you for reading this piece of journalism today.
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