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NFL Injury Report:
While Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder) is
listed as doubtful for Sunday’s contest against the Chicago Bear, coach Mike
Munchak has said that he won’t play, reports Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. Meanwhile, backup quarterback Matt
Hasselbeck is expected to have wide receivers Kenny Britt (knee) and Nate
Washington (knee) available.
He said quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder) won’t play,
although the second-year pro is listed as doubtful on the team’s official
Offensive lineman David Stewart (knee) is listed as
questionable, but he’s expected to play, as it offensive lineman Michael Roos
(abdomen). Linebacker Will Witherspoon (hamstring) and cornerback Tommie
Campbell (ankle) are also questionable to play against the Bears.
Others listed as probable include; safety Michael Griffin
(hip), linebacker Colin McCarthy (ankle), center Fernando Velasco (concussion)
and defensive lineman Kamerion Wimbley (toe).
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