Found October 12, 2013 on NFL Injury Report:
The Tennessee Titans face another tough challenge this week traveling to Seattle to face the 4-1 Seahawks. For the second week in a row the Titans will be without starting quarterback Jake Locker. Ryan Fitzpatrick was just okay in Locker’s place last Sunday. He completed 21 passes for 247 yards, threw one touchdown and two interceptions. Fitzpatrick will face one of the top secondary’s in the league this week and will have to play better than he did against Kansas City for the Titans to win. In addition to Locker, Tennessee has a number of players listed as game-time decisions. Will Play: RB Jackie Battle (neck), S Michael Griffin (foot) Griffin has started all five games at safety this season. He’s fourth on the team in tackles with 32. The veteran safety sustained a foot injury in last week’s loss to Kansas City, but after practicing all week, he should start against Seattle on Sunday. Battle is a little nicked up, but he should play behind Chris Johnson this week. Questionable: LB Patrick Bailey (hamstring), DT Sammie Hill (ankle), DE Derrick Morgan (shoulder), CB Coty Sensabaugh (concussion), RT David Stewart (ankle), CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) The Titans are a bit banged up on defense this week. For the second week in a row Bailey and Wreh-Wilson will be game-time decisions. Starting defensive tackle Hill has been upgraded to questionable this week after being ruled out last week with the ankle injury. If Hill can’t go, it will be his fourth straight week of being inactive. Morgan is new to the team’s injury list this week. He injured his shoulder against Kansas City and will be a game-time decision this week. He leads the team in quarterback pressures this year with six, and if he can’t go, Kameron Wimbley will get the start at right defensive end. Stewart has been listed as questionable on the team’s injury report for several weeks now, but he still hasn’t missed a start at right tackle this season. Out: LB Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), RB Shonn Greene (knee), QB Jake Locker (hip/knee) For the second week in a row, all three players are ruled out Sunday. Gooden could return soon, but both Greene and Locker may be a ways from seeing the field again. Stay tuned for more Titans injury report updates.
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