Bills, Titans jump into running for Routt
Teams wasted no time lining up the chance to visit with cornerback Stanford Routt, who was released by the Oakland Raiders on Thursday.
The Buffalo Bills will visit with Routt first, and after that, the 28-year-old cornerback, will stop by to see the Tennessee Titans, according to TitanInsider.com.
The Bills are first on Routt's list, followed by the Titans who have their own free agent cornerback in Cortland Finnegan that they are trying to figure out whether he fits into their future plans.
Routt had four interceptions last season for the Raiders, the first year of an extension that he signed for three years and then reworked to add two more seasons, only to be released by new GM Reggie McKenzie and new coach Dennis Allen.
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Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com