Titans' Hope had dislocated shoulder
Tennessee Titans safety Chris Hope finished Sunday's 16-14 loss in Jacksonville with an apparent dislocated shoulder.
Coach Mike Munchak said Hope's shoulder popped out of place, and then back in during the game on Sunday and that the veteran strong safety must work to regain the strength in the shoulder.
If Hope cannot start, veteran free agent pickup Jordan Babineaux would step in and get the start for Tennessee on Sunday against Baltimore.
Hope isn't the only Titan who has missed practices and might not play this week. Defensive end William Hayes also has a shoulder injury and was held out of Thursday's practice, while receiver Damian Williams is out of practice with a hamstring injury.
Terry McCormick covers the Titans for TitanInsider.com