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Titans' Scott has MRI for stinger

That potential change on the Tennessee Titans offensive line could come about in a way that no one want.

Guard Jake Scott, who suffered a neck burner in Thursday's practice, missed Friday's work and was sent for an MRI.

“Yesterday in practice he got that burner at the end of practice. His full strength did not come back immediately, which was today. We thought it would be back by today; it wasn't. So we sent him for an MRI just to make certain,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said.

Scott has made 110 consecutive starts between his time with the Indianapolis Colts (Sunday's opponent) and the Titans. He will be listed as questionable for Sunday.

If Scott cannot go, the Titans would insert Fernando Velasco in at right guard.

As for other injuries, Craig Stevens continues to be limited by the rib cartilage injury and is questionable. William Hayes is listed as questionable with back spasms, while quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's thumb won't be an issue, as he worked fully and is listed as probable.

Safety Chris Hope (forearm) and linebacker Colin McCarthy (hamstring) continue to be out.

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