K - FA
According to Ari Meirov of the33rdteam.com, the Tennessee Titans are releasing K Randy Bullock as the team continues to attempt to create cap space.
According to Meirov, the move helps the Titans save another $2 million in cap space. With Bullock, WR Robert Woods and OL Taylor Lewan all released, the Titans created $28.9 million in space. After missing the playoffs, this gives the Titans a chance to regroup as a unit. For Bullock, the 33-year-old kicker has played for six different teams and converts 83.4% of his field goal attempts on his career. Bullock will likely find a new home after two seasons in Tennessee.
Randy Bullock converted both of his field goal attempts as well as his lone extra point attempt to finish with seven points in the Titans' 27-13 Week 17 loss to the Cowboys.
Bullock has had the disadvantage of playing behind a mediocre Tennessee offensive attack for much of the season, recording more than four points for the first time in his last five games for the club. The veteran kicker will hope to have plenty of opportunities in a pivotal must-win Week 18 contest against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Randy Bullock converted both of his extra point attempts in the Titans' 19-14 Week 16 loss to the Texans.
Bullock was able to convert when called upon Sunday as part of an underwhelming Tennessee offensive performance against the Texans. The veteran kicker will hope for more opportunities in a Week 17 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys despite rookie quarterback Malik Willis likely being under center.
Randy Bullock missed his lone field goal attempt while also converting both of his extra point attempts to finish with two points in the Titans' 17-14 Week 15 loss to the Chargers.
Bullock missed an opportunity to give the Titans the lead late in the fourth quarter on a day in which the offense failed to move the ball for the most part. Up next is a Week 16 matchup against the Houston Texans.
Randy Bullock made both of his two extra point attempts in Tennessee's 36-22 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Bullock did what the team asked of him on Sunday, which wasn't much. He only had two extra-point attempts, and he hit both of them. It was a rough outing for fantasy purposes for the veteran, and his opportunities are very limited by an unproductive Titans' offense.