The veteran wide receiver told A to Z Sports on Wednesday that he has reached an agreement with the Tennessee Titans for his release.
"I've been the leading receiver [on the Titans] for two years. Then all of a sudden I'm barely playing and not even starting," Matthews added. "Using my injury as the scapegoat. Look at number of snaps and targets."
Earlier Wednesday, Matthews posted on Instagram: "When Daddy's home for good. That is unless someone Calls him to get off the couch."
Life isn't fair, and team sports especially can be unfair. That being said, playing on an NFL team is probably better than not playing at all.
It's always the receivers that need extra attention.