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Hutchinson looks like no-go for Titans

Veteran guard suffered knee injury in Sunday's game. Terry McCormick

Print This December 04, 2012, 03:11 PM EST

The Tennessee Titans original starting offensive line could be four-fifths absent on Sunday when the club travels to Indianapolis.

Veteran guard Steve Hutchinson suffered a knee injury on Sunday against Houston and did not finish the game. According to TitanInsider, Hutchinson's chances of playing this week are "not great," after he underwent an MRI on Monday.

The Titans are already without right tackle David Stewart, out for the year after breaking his right leg Sunday. Earlier this year, they lost guard Leroy Harris to a knee injury, and in training camp lost center Eugene Amano to an arm injury.

As well, left tackle Michael Roos will be limited this week due to a knee injury sustained Sunday.

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Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com

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