The Tennessee Titans will place veteran wide receiver Kevin Walters, who signed as a free agent from the Houston Texans, on the in-season physically unable to perform list today, as one of their moves to get to 75 players, TitanInsider.com reports.
The 11th year pro has been out from the start of training camp after undergoing disc surgery on his back.
The Titans also parted ways with veteran offensive tackle Barry Richardson, formerly of the Chiefs and Rams, and safety Tracy Wilson, who spent part of the 2012 season Tennessee's active roster.
Also let go by the Titans were kicker Maikon Bonani, receivers Justin Hilton, Roberto Wallace and Diondre Borel, cornerback George Baker, linebacker Kadarron Anderson, center Eloy Atkinson and tight ends Martell Webb and DeMarco Cosby. Tennessee still has three moves to make to get to 75 players.
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