Titans quarterback Vince Young suffered a knee injury in the first half of Sunday’s loss to the Colts.
He was seen limping after throwing a pass to Lavelle Hawkins. Young then fell to the turf.
“Vince injured his knee in the game, which I think you’re all aware of.
He’s been trying to push through practice,” coach Jeff Fisher said. “He just had a
little setback, and we just shut him down. He just had a setback, and
we’ll tend to him inside and see how he is tomorrow. . . .
“We expect he’ll be able to play, but he did not finish practice,” Fisher said.
Fisher was asked whether starter-turned-backup-turned-starter-turned-backup Kerry Collins would be ready to play if Young can’t. “He has been deer hunting every day. He doesn’t come to practice or meetings, so I don’t know,” Fisher said, presumably while wearing his Peyton Manning jersey.
The Titans host the 1-11 Rams on Sunday, so they should be fine with either guy.
Then again, the last time Collins started, the Titans gave up 59 points, and scored zero.