Tennessee Titans 2021 draft pick Brady Breeze claimed off waivers by Detroit Lions
The Titans waived Breeze, the 215st pick in this year’s draft, on Saturday. The former Oregon safety didn’t play on defense for Tennessee but made five appearances on special teams, playing 48% of snaps.
With Breeze gone, the Titans have four of their eight 2021 draft picks on their active roster: offensive lineman Dillon Radunz (second round), defensive back Elijah Molden (third round) and receivers Dez Fitzpatrick (fourth round) and Racey McMath (sixth round). Top pick Caleb Farley (first round), Monty Rice (third round) and Rashad Weaver (fourth round) are on injured reserve.
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The Titans on Monday also moved defensive back Jamal Carter from the practice squad/injured reserve list to the practice squad/reserve COVID-19 list. Carter was in training camp with Tennessee and begun the season on its practice squad.
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