Titans waive Rod Smith

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The Titans waived running back Rod Smith on Tuesday, the team announced.

Smith, 27, played three games for Tennessee after signing Oct. 8. He saw action on 39 special teams snaps and none on offense this season.

He began the season on the Giants’ injured reserve list before being waived off IR.

Smith has played 52 career games, including 48 with the Cowboys from 2015-18.

The Titans also announced they added offensive lineman Daniel Munyer to their practice squad.

2 responses to “Titans waive Rod Smith

  1. Tough week for the Smith family. I have always been a fan of
    Jaylon Smith but his recent play has been less than good.
    Statistically he had a lot a tackles but when it counted he struggled.
    I can’t figure it out exactly…he can some tough tackles between the
    tackles. However, watching him in space is odd, Smith seems to
    not want to take on a running back or wide out in space.
    He sort of has this “ Ole “ move ..where he jumps in the air and
    attempts to take down the runner with one arm as he runs past,
    Sorry, but watch the film. It’s weird ….he keeps missing tackles in space,
    instead of breaking down and getting low..he sort
    of jumps and waives at the runner. Check it out …
    I have not seen such a move. I am interested in what fans are
    seeing. But clearly all the linebackers for Dallas are struggling.

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