Tretola Waived By Titans Less Than Week After Shooting

Tretola Waived By Titans Less Than Week After Shooting

Tretola Waived By Titans Less Than Week After Shooting

The Tennessee Titans cut Sebastian Tretola on Friday, five days after he was shot in the leg outside a night club in Fayetteville.

Add to that the fact that Robinson has been adamant about forming a clean, football-first culture and distancing the team from players with baggage, Tretola's release shouldn't be a surprise to anyone.

Making matters even worse, Tretola has just been released by the Tennessee Titans after only one season with the team.

The former Hog is also in the middle of a civil counter lawsuit he filed with former teammate Tajae Sharp against a man who accused them of assault outside a Nashville bar back in May.

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The Titans also announced Friday they agreed to terms with nine-year veteran linebacker Erik Walden and offensive lineman Jake Simonich. Practice begins Saturday at Saint Thomas Sports Park in Nashville.

Walden racked up 11 sacks last season for the Colts, he has 32 for his career and he brings the Titans a level of security at the position. In his previous eight seasons, Walden's highest sack total was six (2014), and prior to that he never tallied more than three in a single campaign.

The 6-5, 296-pound Simonich was signed by the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent out of Utah State but was released in June.

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