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Packers release tight end Graham as Titans let duo go

  • Jimmy Graham will not be spending a third season in Green Bay, meaning the five-time Pro Bowler is looking for a new team.
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Modified 13 Mar 2020, 03:34 IST
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Tight end Jimmy Graham has left the Green Bay Packers.

The Green Bay Packers have released Jimmy Graham, while Dion Lewis and Cameron Wake are no longer with the Tennessee Titans after the duo were let go on Thursday.

Tight end Graham spent two seasons with the Packers, posting 100 receptions for 1,191 yards with five touchdowns in 34 games, including two outings in the playoffs.

The 33-year-old, a five-time Pro Bowler, previously played for the New Orleans Saints and the Seattle Seahawks.

"The last two years have certainly been interesting! A lot of memories, friendships and humbling moments that I will carry with me into the next opportunity," Graham wrote on Twitter.

"Thank you for the support during our exciting run this year toward that ever so elusive ring.”

The Titans, meanwhile, confirmed the departures of running back Lewis and linebacker Wake, saving them nearly $10million in cap space ahead of free agency.

A Super Bowl winner in February 2017 with the New England Patriots, Lewis spent two seasons with Tennessee, rushing for 726 yards and posting 84 receptions for 564 yards and two touchdowns.

Wake played in nine games but finished the previous campaign on injured reserve. It was his solitary year with the Titans, having previously spent 10 seasons with the Miami Dolphins.

Published 13 Mar 2020, 03:34 IST
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