There was good news regarding rookie defensive back Tommie Campbell's injured shoulder.
An MRI showed how dislocation or major damage to the shoulder that Campbell injured in the first half on Sunday.
“He didn’t dislocate (it) or anything,” Munchak said. “That’s going to be more about soreness and how he comes on in the next couple of days. We will get more information on him tomorrow, but that is just one of those things where you see how the strength comes back in your shoulder as far as lifting it and those types of things and that’s something that we will find out probably over the next couple of days for him, where he is at. “
Campbell suffered the injury shortly after taking a handoff from Marc Mariani on a kickoff and going 84 yards for the Titans first touchdown in Sunday's 23-17 victory over Tampa Bay.
As for other injuries, tight end Jared Cook passed his concussion test and will be good to practice on Wednesday, according to Munchak.
“I think initially they were a little nervous about one of the hits he took at the end of the game there and just being very cautious,” Munchak said. “I think he is a lot better than we thought and we assume that he will be fine for this game.”
Tackle David Stewart, who missed the game with a calf injury suffered last week against the Atlanta Falcons, was inactive Sunday, but might return to the practice field this week and have a chance to play vs. Buffalo on Sunday.
“I think when he practiced last Friday he got a little sore from that and that’s when we knew on Saturday that the chances were he was not going to be able to help us,” Munchak said. “He is back to feeling better than he did before he practiced so we are thinking that that is a good thing that we rested him. Hopefully, Wednesday he will be able to start doing some things and then see how his calf responds to more activity on Wednesday and Thursday.”
Munchak also said that linebacker Barrett Ruud will need more time with his groin injury before he will return, leaving rookie Colin McCarthy as the starter again.