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According to the Houston Chronicle, the Titans do, indeed, plan to release Schulters after June 1. Previous reports out of Nashville indicated Schulters was staying away from offseason workouts, both to rehab his injured foot and to protect his market value in case the team decided to release him.
"We are going to hold him out until his fate is decided one way or the other," Schulters' agent, Brian Levy, told The Tennessean. "Obviously both sides wouldn't want to see him get hurt at this point. He could practice if need be, but I don't think it is in anyone's better interest for him to partake in the activities. ... He is not going to take a risk." Schulters has been mentioned all spring as a possible June 1 salary-cap cut from the Titans, and ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli has heard rumblings that Atlanta might be interested in signing him if Tennessee turns him loose. The veteran safety played for Falcons coach Jim Mora in San Francisco before signing with the Titans, and the Falcons have a need at the position after releasing Cory Hall. The Houston report also mentioned Dallas as a possible landing spot for Schulters.