3 potential landing landing spots for free agent TE Delanie Walker

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The Tennessee Titans decided to release Delanie Walker earlier in the offseason making him a free agent. The decision was motivated by the ability to open up $6.4 million in cap space by moving on from him.

The 35-year-old has been limited by injuries as he has appeared in just eight games over the last two seasons. That translated to just 25 receptions, 267 receiving yards and two touchdowns from the veteran since 2018.

Walker had totaled an impressive 3,585 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns between 2014 to 2017 before his struggles with injuries began. He had solidified himself as one of the better tight ends in the NFL during that general time period.

There should still be at least somewhat of a market for Walker’s services. It’s clear he can still produce whenever he’s healthy, but that’s the big question. Can he manage to stay on the field consistently in 2020?

With that being said, there are three teams that stand out as possible landing spots for Delanie Walker.

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  1. I think my Packers need to stick with who they already have. Jace Sternberger was injured last year and has a huge upside. They just drafted the guy. That’s what the draft is for. Lewis is a great veteran blocker who Rodgers loves. Tonyan is a flat out football player. The Packers have limited cap space and need to focus on stopping the run.

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