Titans releasing right guard rebuilding middle of O-line
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Tennessee Titans are releasing right guard Josh Kline a year after signing the veteran to a four-year contract.
The Titans announced Friday they have informed Kline he is being released.
Tennessee claimed Kline off waivers from New England in September 2016, and he started 46 games for the Titans who signed him to a four-year extension in March 2018.
But the Titans allowed 47 sacks last season, and now general manager Jon Robinson is busy rebuilding the interior of the offensive line. Left guard Quinton Spain remains a free agent after starting 48 games for Tennessee, and the Titans signed veteran Rodger Saffold on Thursday likely to replace Spain.
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Updated March 15, 2019