Palmer re-signed with the Titans on Friday, Jason Wolf of The Tennessean reports. The reserve linebacker played mostly on special teams last season, recording 12 tackles through 14 games. He could see an expanded role on defense next year, but it's unlikely he has value in IDP leagues.
Palmer (knee) was removed from the Titans' injury report. Palmer was held out of Week 4 due to a knee ailment, but appears to be over the injury and is expected to play on Sunday against the Dolphins.
Palmer (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Texans. Palmer's absence leaves the door open for Sean Spence to see additional reps, while the severity of Palmer's knee issue remains unclear at this point.
Palmer recorded one tackle in his first game with Tennessee. After spending his first three seasons with the Packers, Palmer joined the Titans during the offseason. He's a backup linebacker who didn't see a single defensive snap Week 1, recording his one tackle on special teams. It's unlikely he has any value in IDP leagues this season.
Palmer has been released by the Packers, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Palmer started 10 games at inside linebacker last season, registering 68 tackles for the Packers. However, with then-rookie Jake Ryan eventually taking his starting gig, and fellow linebacker Sam Barrington slated to return this season, Palmer became more expendable, even if his position is still one the Packers will likely address in the draft.