The injury news continues to be bad for the Tennessee Titans, as tight end Jared Cook's season is over due to a torn rotator cuff in his shoulder.
“Jared tore his rotator cuff and he'll be out for the year, so he'll be put on IR at some point. It's very unfortunate to lose another great player after a great catch and being a big part of our offense, and that's gonna be a big blow for us,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said.
Surgery is a possibility for Cook.
“It was a little worse than we hoped, and he won't be able to play the rest of the year,” Cook said.
Cook suffered the injury catching a bubble screen pass from Jake Locker in the second half of Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
Earlier in the game, Cook had scored the Titans only offensive touchdown of the contest, catching an 18-yard pass end the end zone on Tennessee's opening drive.
Cook is currently second on the team in receptions with 44 for 523 yards and four touchdowns.
Also, Scott Solomon had an MRI on his knee, which he tweaked in Sunday's game.
Munchak said that receiver Damian Williams might miss another game with his hamstring injury, but that he hoped that linebacker Colin McCarthy would be back this week against the New York Jets on Monday night after missing two games with a concussion.
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