And then there were two: the Tennessee Titans are reportedly set to part ways with 2020 fifth-round pick, defensive lineman Larrell Murchison, leaving just two members of that year’s draft class on the team.
According to multiple reports, the Titans are waiving Murchison as the team continues to work its way down to the 53-man roster limit by today’s 4 p.m. ET deadline.
With Murchison gone, only cornerbacks Chris Jackson and Kristian Fulton remain from the 2020 group, and Jackson himself is in danger of being cut.
The move to cut Murchison isn’t a surprise, as veteran defense end DeMarcus Walker outperformed him in training camp and the preseason, beating him out for what figured to be one spot up for grabs on the defensive line.
Murchison will now head to waivers, where teams can claim him on. If he goes unclaimed on Wednesday, the NC State product will become a free agent.