Two old teammates officially hit the open market together.
Former Tennessee Titans running back David Cobb cleared waivers on Wednesday. The news was first reported by Rant Sports.
His clearance now makes him a free agent available to sign with any team.
Cobb was cut by Tennessee on Tuesday after he fell out of favor behind the running back tandem of DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry. Murray and Henry have put life in the Titans’ running attack during preseason contests and virtually made Cobb expendable.
The second-year back spent half of his rookie season on injured reserve with a calf injury. In limited action Cobb rushed for 146 yards on 52 carries (2.8-yard average) during his first year.
Cobb was drafted in the fifth round of the 2015 NFL draft out of Minnesota, where he ranks seventh in rushing yards in school history (2,893).
Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson will reportedly join Cobb as a free agent. The 2013 third-round pick played in 34 games with the Titans, including 14 starts. He has 90 tackles, 14 passes defended and one interception in his career.
Cobb and Wreh-Wilson have put enough on tape where they should both receive another opportunity. The two players will likely get picked up by another team in reserve roles.