It was just a matter of time for the fourth-year Hunter, who openly acknowledged he was on the roster bubble.
Hunter notched three catches for 27 yards against the back end of Miami's roster, simply not enough juice from a player with only 50 catches over his past two seasons. The former Making the Leap candidate failed to impress new general manager Jon Robinson, who saw much more potential in fifth-round receiver Tajae Sharpe and veteran Rishard Matthews.
We expect Sankey to get another look somewhere else. Hunter, meanwhile, still offers enticing athletic gifts. The trick, however, will be turning this underwhelming and inconsistent pass-catcher into a weekly threat.
The Titans -- a franchise no longer operating as a safe house for hyper-frustrating skill players -- are moving on.