Found October 07, 2012 on
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Tennessee Titans running back Javon Ringer suffered a nasty looking knee injury during today’s loss to the Vikings.
According to Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean, the Titans fear that Ringer may have suffered a season ending knee injury.
I’m sure Ringer will undergo an MRI on Monday to find out the extent of his injury.
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Tennessee Titans running back Javon Ringer was carted off the field in the fourth quarter against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday with a left knee injury.
Ringer was injured with just over three minutes to play after catching a pass near the sideline and heading up the field. Vikings cornerback Josh Robinson wrestled him to the turf, twisting the running back down awkwardly.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee coach Mike Munchak says quarterback Jake Locker will miss his second straight game with an injured left shoulder Thursday night when the Titans play the Pittsburgh Steelers.Munchak also said Monday that backup running back Javon Ringer will miss four to six weeks after spraining his left knee.Ringer was hurt in the second half of a 30-7 loss at Minnesota...
According to Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com, Tennessee Titans running back Javon Ringer will be out for the next 4-6 weeks with an MCL sprain.With Chris Johnson having a bad year, this is great news for the Titans. They were worried he would be out for the season.
According to ProFootballWeekly.com, the Tennessee Titans have been very impressed with rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright this season.
“Titans rookie WR Kendall Wright, despite making his second TD catch of the season in Week Four, had a rough game, dropping three catchable balls. His struggles came on the heels of a critical fourth-quarter fumble one week earlier. Are the Titans...
Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson aknowledged Monday what everybody following the team already knows, according to The City Paper. "I don't believe we're close," Johnson said. "You look at the games, you look at how we're playing, we don't look like a good team. So I wouldn't sit here and say we're close." The 1-4 Titans dropped...
Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt has been activated for the game against Minnesota after being listed as probable with a sprained left ankle.
Britt hasn't practiced in two weeks because of the injury and has only played in two games this season. Linebacker Colin McCarthy, a defensive captain, was active as well for the first time since spraining his right ankle in the season...
The NFL has started officially keeping track of player participation and releasing snap totals to the media. Here's how the Titans lined up at Minnesota in Week 5.
OFFENSE (71 total)
QB: Matt Hasselbeck 63, Rusty Smith 7
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 48, Javon Ringer 15, Quinn Johnson 11, Darius Reynaud 7
TE: Jared Cook 43, Craig Stevens 25, Taylor Thompson 15
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt
found himself once again listed on this week’s injury reports, this time
questionable, with an ankle injury. He’ll be a game-time decision for today’s
contest against the Minnesota Vikings.
Britt sustained the ankle injury during the
Titans Week 3 overtime victory against the Detroit Lions. He caught six passes
The Tennessee Titans and running back Chris Johnson have struggled a lot this season. They’re currently 1-4 and sit at the bottom of the AFC South.Johnson told the media that they’re not a good team right now.“I don’t believe we’re close right now. You look at the games and how we’re playing, we don’t look like a good team. I wouldn’t sit here and say we’re close...
The first quarter of the season is over and it's now a good time to review the Titans' basic stats. As you would expect, after three blowout losses and an overtime win in a shootout, the stats are not pretty.
Before getting into the stats, I'd like to say that when Mike Munchak hired Chris Palmer and Jerry Gray as his coordinators, I was more confident in Gray...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Fresh off back-to-back wins, the Minnesota Vikings return home to the Metrodome to face the Tennessee Titans this week, dealing with heightened expectations.Minnesota (3-1) has already matched last season's win total with wins against the San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions. The Vikings feel they are prepared to handle the success this season."I think...
Titans receiver Kenny Britt did enough during a pre-game warmups to convince the team hes healthy enough to play today vs. the Vikings.
Britt, who didnt practice all week as he continues to work his way back from an ankle injury, went through a routine on the field under the supervision of Coach Mike Munchak, strength and conditioning coach Steve Watterson and receivers coach...