Foxboro South: Still very much a thing for the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans are signing linebacker Cassh Maluia, according to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero.
Maluia, a Wyoming product, was a sixth-round pick of the New England Patriots in the 2020 draft. He played sparingly as a rookie, being used largely on special teams while logging just 10 defensive snaps. The Patriots cut Maluia in the offseason, but after he failed to latch on elsewhere, there was a reunion during training camp following the season-ending Raekwon McMillan injury.
The 22-year-old was cut by the Patriots earlier this week when teams had to trim their rosters to 80.
Tennessee has a penchant for signing former Patriots. For one, their head coach is ex-Pats linebacker Mike Vrabel. In recent years, Stephen Gostkowski, Malcolm Butler, Ryan Allen, Logan Ryan, Dion Lewis and Marshall Newhouse all have spent time with the Titans.