Add veteran kicker Randy Bullock to the list of players the Tennessee Titans cut on Wednesday.
The Titans released Bullock, along with offensive tackle Taylor Lewan and wide receiver Robert Woods, ending Bullock’s two-year run with the team. Bullock was 43-for-51 on field goals in a Titans uniform and 70-for-73 on extra points. He also handled kickoff duties, logging touchbacks on 81 of his 145 kicks.
By releasing Bullock, the Titans save approximately $2 million against the salary cap for the 2023 offseason. Between Lewan, Woods and Bullock, the Titans are saving more than $28 million against the salary cap, enough to get the Titans under the cap heading into free agency.
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Bullock kicked in 15 games for the Titans in 2022, missing a pair of contests with an injury he aggravated in pregame warmups before a matchup against the Denver Broncos. His longest made kick with the Titans was 51 yards, a feat he achieved twice.
Nick Suss is the Titans beat writer for The Tennessean. Contact Nick at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow Nick on Twitter @nicksuss.