O'Donnell has pulled them out of the fire more than once.
And who the heck is Billy Volek?
This could be the season right here.
QB O'Donnell among final cuts
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Aug. 31, 2003) -- The Tennessee Titans needed more room under the salary cap to add help at defensive back, so they cut veteran quarterback Neil O'Donnell -- a move that raised eyebrows across the league.
The Titans released O'Donnell in February to get under the salary cap then, and coach Jeff Fisher stayed in close contact with the 13-year veteran during the next few months as the quarterback visited Minnesota, New Orleans and Miami.
Tennessee finally re-signed O'Donnell in late June. But three-year veteran Billy Volek played well this preseason, leaving the veteran too expensive an option for a team with needs for backup help at other positions.
Fisher said O'Donnell was disappointed and surprised by the decision.