The Titans escaped from Sunday's 37-19 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles apparently without any major injuries to speak of.
But there is one potential concern among the inactives. Defensive tackle Tony Brown was held out of a game for the first time this season, as his surgically repaired right knee is still giving him problems.
According to sources, Brown, who has had two surgical procedures on the knee, needs to rest the knee in order for it to get as healthy as possible. That was apparently the diagnosis when Brown visited noted specialist Dr. James Andrews during preseason.
Brown, who signed a three-year, $17 million extension in the offseason, has been practicing just one day per week for most of the season and playing through the knee issues each week on game day. But for the first time this season, he did not practice at all this week. He was believed to still have a chance to play Sunday, but was apparently scratched in favor of a healthy Amon Gordon. Without the rest and recovery, Brown's practice time may be limited all season.
As for injuries from the game, defensive end Jacob Ford left the game briefly after having his knee pinned under him, but returned to finish the contest.
Also, Michael Griffin bumped his knee on a helmet while breaking up a pass attempt in the fourth quarter, but also returned for the next series.