For the Tennessee Titans, every penny matters this offseason, even if it means releasing reserve quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick, who was released by the Buffalo Bills last March, could be cut by Tennessee, saving the Titans $3.25 million in cap space.
“I’ve learned not to worry about any of that stuff,” Fitzpatrick said to John Glennon of the Tennessean. “It’s one of those things that if you spend so much time worrying about it … It’s either going to happen or it’s not. There’s no reason to fret about it before anything happens.
Fitzpatrick threw for 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, registering an 82.0 quarterback rating. His play fluctuated from game to game, and in close contests Fitzpatrick couldn’t be relied on to take control of the game.