Taylor Lewan may not be a member of the Tennessee Titans anyu longer, but his rivalry with some opponents will stay.
After spending the first nine seasons of his career with the Tennessee Titans, Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan is officially a free agent. The team released him in a cap-clearing mood earlier this week.
While speaking with co-host Will Compton on their “Bussin’ With the Boys” podcast, Lewan said he will not continue his career playing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts or Houston Texans.
“Those are the three teams that are for sure no,” he said. “I would not go play for an AFC South team.”
Due to his feisty personality, he made a ton of enemies with players as well as those fan bases. The feeling may be mutual with those teams as well.
Lewan mentioned the Cincinnati Bengals, New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers and Philadelphia Eagles as potential fits to continue his career. Lewan suffered a torn ACL in Week Two of the 2022 campaign. He has missed 30 games across the past three years due to knee injuries.
Teams will be weary of his injury past while trying to iron out a contract.
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“The reality is there’s going to be multiple teams out there that want my services and I’m good enough to do that,” Lewan said. “So that’s an awesome feeling.”