The Titans waived rookie linebacker Josh Carraway to make room for Brandon Weeden, according to ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe.
The Titans made Carraway a seventh-round pick this spring, seeking depth at the position. He was inactive the first four games.
Carraway was a two-time All-Big 12 pick at TCU, making a combined 17 sacks in his final two seasons in Fort Worth. He was the first player to lead the Horned Frogs in sacks in consecutive years since former first-round pick Jerry Hughes in 2008-09.
Cassel and Weeden previously have shared a quarterbacks room. Cassel replaced Weeden as the starter in Dallas during Tony Romo’s absence in 2015 a few weeks after the Cowboys obtained Cassel in a trade with the Bills.