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NASHVILLE Tennessee quarterback Matt Hasselbeck left Sunday's game with New Orleans with a left calf injury 11:13 left in the second quarter and his return was listed as questionable.
On a bizarre series of plays, the Titans had three consecutive penalties called on their offensive line and faced a 1st-and-35. Hasselbeck went back to pass, had his throw tipped into the air and leaped to try and bat it down.
He then sat on the field receiving medical attention for a few minutes before walking off gingerly.
Rookie Jake Locker replaced Hasselbeck. On his second drive, he completed a 31-yard pass to tight end Craig Stevens that led to a 43-yard field goal by Rob Bironas that tied the game at 3-3 with 6:42 left before halftime.
Locker completed 3 of his first 6 passes for 51 yards. Hasselbeck was 4-for-6 for 35 before leaving.
In his most extensive action this season, Locker went 9-for-19 for 140 yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions.
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Substituting for an injured Matt Hasselbeck, Jake Locker led a spirited Titan comeback that came up short as time ran out in a 22-17 loss to New Orleans.
Locker had 282 yards and a TD, as well as 36 yards rushing and a TD, in relief of Hasselbeck, who had to leave in the first half due to a calf injury. Chris Johnson retreated back into his shell, rushing for a measly...
Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck left Sunday's game against the New Orleans in the second quarter with a left calf injury.
After his pass was batted into the air by a New Orleans' defensive lineman, Hasselbeck was about to jump to presumably knock it down. While doing so, however, Hasselbeck appeared to pull his calf.
Rookie Jake Locker replaced Hasselbeck,...
Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck (Source: usatoday.com)
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Matt Hasselbeck has had to leave today's game against the Saints with a lower leg injury.
He was not hit on the play, but it looked like he may have suffered either an ankle or an Achilles injury. Either way, its hard to imagine him returning because he was unable to put any pressure on that leg. Jake Locker will take over for Hasselbeck, who had passed for 35 yards...
Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has hurt his left calf and is questionable to return against the New Orleans Saints. Hasselbeck was hurt in the second quarter Sunday after Saints tackle Shaun Rogers tipped his pass up into the air. The Titans quarterback ran up toward the line after the ball, then came up hopping without putting his foot down.
Tennessee coach Mike Munchak says Matt Hasselbeck is sore but walking around despite a left calf injury. Whether the veteran quarterback is strong enough to start against winless Indianapolis remains to be seen.
There was only one good reason for Matt Hasselbeck to run out of bounds at the 1-yard line against Carolina.
To help his fantasy football team, of course.
The Tennessee quarterback set up Chris Johnson for a touchdown, something Hasselbeck said was all part of a master plan. As Johnson entered the media room following Tennessee's 30-3 win, Hasselbeck walked out and yelled,...
Fantasy Impact Injury Report
This is a recap of the warriors who were injured on the gridiron battlefield of Week 14.
Matt Hasselbeck, Tennessee Titans – Sustained a strained left calf in Sunday’s loss to New Orleans.
FANTASY IMPACT: The veteran field general said he wasn’t in pain after the game, and also noted that he could have returned if needed. While...
By Steve Camp
Cold, Hard Football Facts Titans beat writer
So… so… close. Tennessee put up a tremendous fight and very nearly pulled out the win, but ultimately New Orleans was just a bit too much for the AFC South club to handle. It was a rough day for the Titans – starting QB Matt Hasselbeck and WR Nate Washington left the field with injuries – but...