But on Tuesday, the Titans released Graham, absorbing the final two years of his contract ($1.333 million in dead money) in part because of a shift in offensive philosophy. As the Titans became more reliant on the passing game, in part because of Johnson and the running game's struggles, Graham's playing time dwindled last year, according to TitanInsider.com.
Graham, 33, still wants to play, his agent Tom Mills said, and he hopes to find a new team closer to training camps opening.
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