• Titans believe Kendall Wright suffered knee sprain, not a torn ACL

    Summary of 6 articles · Updated Aug 18, 2013
    An MRI showed Tennessee Titans rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright suffered a sprained right knee, not a torn ACL, Saturday night, a source said. So as injuries in the preseason go, the news out of Tennessee is not bad. The Titans don’t have to press stop on Kendall Wright . Just pause. If said player does hurt his knee, though, the team would always prefer to find out that the injury is a sprain as opposed to a torn ligament. They don’t have a lesser version of Wright on the roster. Wright, who finished Saturday night's game with four catches for 44 yards, finished last season with 64 receptions for 626 yards and four touchdowns. It seems highly unlikely that he would return to a preseason game after leaving with an injury, but the fact that the team is suggesting there’s a possibility he could return is a good sign.
    • On the Titans without Wright for a while

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Titans don’t have to press stop on Kendall Wright. Just pause. It’s a relief that he only had a knee sprain in Cincinnati on Saturday night. But the receiver is out for he team’s next game against Atlanta and unlikely for the pre…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Titans expect Kendall Wright, Akeem Ayers to play Week 1

      The Titans were concerned on Saturday night when receiver Kendall Wright and linebacker Akeem Ayers went down with injuries. But a day later the news on both players is good. At his Sunday press conference, Titans coach Mike Munchak indicated that he’s …
    • Akeem Ayers exits after ankle injury

      Titans linebacker Akeem Ayers left Saturday’s preseason game with an ankle injury. Ayers got the game off to a good start, hitting Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton to force an incomplete pass on the Bengals’ third offensive play. But Ayers limped off the…

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