After a brutal second-half collapse that saw them lose their final seven games, the Tennessee Titans opted to waste little time in making drastic roster changes.

New general manager Ran Carthon released longtime veteran offensive tackle and mainstay Taylor Lewan, wide receiver Robert Woods and kicker Randy Bullock last week. None of the cuts were surprising, but the release of Lewan does leave a gaping hole at offensive tackle.

Lewan, who turns 32 in July, has been one of the NFL’s best offensive linemen since his 2014 rookie year. The three-time Pro Bowler is sure to attract plenty of interest in a free agent market that doesn’t have many big-named offensive tackles outside of Orlando Brown Jr. and Mike McGlinchey — if either of them even enter free agency.