Titans waive Sebastian Tretola less than a week after he was shot in leg

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Guard Sebastian Tretola avoided serious injury when he was shot in Arkansas last weekend, but that didn’t help him stick on the Titans roster.

The Titans announced on Friday that they have waived Tretola. The move comes with a non-football injury designation.

Tretola, who was shot in the leg, was a sixth-round pick in 2016 and saw action in one game for the Titans during his rookie season. They signed guard Jake Simonich, an undrafted rookie who spent time with the Texans earlier in the offseason.

The Titans also waived linebacker Johnny Ragin III as they made room to formally add Erik Walden to the roster. The former Colts linebacker was signed earlier this week after recording 11 sacks in Indianapolis last season.

11 responses to “Titans waive Sebastian Tretola less than a week after he was shot in leg

  1. 9 out 10 gunshot wounds to the leg are self inflicted. The in and out through the top of the thigh is 100/100.

    I would venture to guess this was the case.

    Also, another example of not being good enough to make a misstep.

  2. Is it too soon to start worrying about Jon Robinson’s draft choices? Tretola and Sharpe both with off-the-field issues, Kevin Dodd is a bust, and then the 2017 draft resulted in many saying they took the first-rounders too high. Maybe only time will tell, but so far it’s looking like Robinson’s draft skills could be overhyped.

  3. That’s a new one. Get fired at and then get fired. Judging by the Lucky Whitehead situation, If he was on Dallas, i’d assume that he wasn’t shot and it was just some guy with an S in his name. I guess even NFL teams are susceptible to fake news.

  4. Is it too soon to start worrying about Jon Robinson’s draft choices? Tretola and Sharpe both with off-the-field issues, Kevin Dodd is a bust, and then the 2017 draft resulted in many saying they took the first-rounders too high. Maybe only time will tell, but so far it’s looking like Robinson’s draft skills could be overhyped.
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    sharpe was a FIFTH rounder who player decent for his draft position. tretola was a SIXTH rounder. Dodd is just now healthy, so you certainly cannot call him a bust.

    no one cares about how high you took a pick in 5 years when he’s still a stud.

    ur arguments suck

  5. Big_Mike392 says:
    Jul 28, 2017 11:48 AM

    Is it too soon to start worrying about Jon Robinson’s draft choices? Tretola and Sharpe both with off-the-field issues, Kevin Dodd is a bust, and then the 2017 draft resulted in many saying they took the first-rounders too high. Maybe only time will tell, but so far it’s looking like Robinson’s draft skills could be overhyped.

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    haha really? the way he handled the trade out of #1 & trade back up to land Jack Conklin (all pro tackle as a rookie?!?) alone makes this argument bonkers. and sharpe was a 5th rounder, who yes was a bit overhyped, but definitely outplayed his draft position in year 1. tretola, a 6th round lineman. who cares? derrick henry looks like a stud. dodd spent his whole rookie year hurt, cannot label a guy a bust in year 2 who was hurt in year 1. byard as a 3rd round safety flashed tons of potential. sims as a 5th round cb looks pretty good.

    and no, they did not reach on davis. all 3 of the top tier wrs were gone by pick 10.

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