Nashville, Tennessee – After frustration with the limited role with the Tennessee Titans, foreign back Kamali Korea Trade requested. Team Titans’ coach Mike Frabel said the team will honor Korea’s request for a fresh start elsewhere.
“John and I spoke to Kamali and told him that he will be released. Something might change if the team arrives, but so far we will plan to go in another direction to move forward,” said Frabel.
Last year after losing Tennessee to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Asian Championship match, Frappel identified Correa as one of the players who embodied how the players wanted to play with great effort. So far this season, Correa has played 38 shots in defense (14%) and 23 special teams in three matches.
The Giants placed Korea on their COVID-19 / Reserve list on September 30 and removed it from the list on Tuesday.
The Titans wore only three outsiders in their 42-16 win at Buffalo Bills Tuesday night. But the expected return of the full-back outside the second year Derek Roberson Makes employees believe they have enough depth in their list to move out of Korea.
Tennessee Korea signed a one-year deal worth $ 2.5 million in April. Correa, a draft of the 2016 second round by the Baltimore Ravens, was acquired by the Titans in exchange for the sixth round selection in the 2019 draft.
He finished Correa with five bags during the regular season last year and added two more in postseason. He was hoping for continued success this year even though he knew he had to win his spot again after the team signed Paisley in a one-year deal worth $ 9.5 million.
Correa said in August, “I don’t expect anything because nothing has been delivered to you. You have to go there. You have to win it every day in training, every week in the match.”
During training camp, Correa mainly worked with first-team defense while Beasley was on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) roster. Correa’s role declined once Tennessee signed Clawney in September.
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