This should be a surprise to no one as the Titans are somewhat cap strapped given their need to resign surging Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry. The Titans can save $4M against the cap through Lewis' release. In two years with the Titans, the 29 year old tallied only 716 yards and one touchdown on the ground. He did most of his damage as a receiver with 84 receptions, 564 yards and two touchdowns though it's not enough to make him anything other than expendable. Turning 30 shortly after kick-off of the 2020 season, Lewis will likely catch on with another team as he does have reduced mileage on his legs and could be a role player, but he holds little-to-know value on even the deepest of dynasty leagues.