Posts Tagged ‘chris hope’

Titans at Panthers Friday Injury Report

Tennessee Out: DE Dave Ball (concussion) Questionable: TE Jared Cook (knee), RB Ahmard Hall (back), S Chris Hope (forearm), LB Barrett Ruud (groin), WR Nate Washington (hip) Probable: QB Matt Hasselbeck (knee) Carolina Out: LB Jason Phillips (calf) Doubtful: RB Mike Goodson (hamstring) Questionable: LB James Anderson (ankle)

SS Chris Hope Cleared To Resume Practicing

Titans strong safety Chris Hope will be cleared to practice this week, and there’s a chance he could return to action on Sunday against the Panthers. Hope has missed four games since breaking his forearm on Oct. 2 at Cleveland. He had surgery last month. “We’ll see where he is as far as whether he […]

Texans at Titans Friday Injury Report

Houston Out: WR Andre Johnson (hamstring) Doubtful: FB James Casey (chest) Questionable: G Antoine Caldwell (ankle) Probable: G Mike Brisiel (shin), T Duane Brown (knee), LB Brian Cushing (elbow), WR Jacoby Jones (groin), CB Johnathan Joseph (shoulder), QB Matt Leinart (left thumb), S Danieal Manning (fibula), LB DeMeco Ryans (hamstring), QB Matt Schaub (chest, hip), […]

Titans Lose Safety Chris Hope 4 to 6 Weeks

Titans safety Chris Hope will need 4-6 weeks to recover from surgery to repair his broken forearm according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. Veteran Jordan Babineaux will return to the starting lineup and take Hope’s place.

SS Chris Hope Could Have His Starting Streak Snapped This Week

Titans strong safety Chris Hope has started 49 straight games, but he’s questionable for Sunday’s game against the Ravens because of a shoulder injury. Hope didn’t practice Wednesday. Coach Mike Munchak said he’s not sure Hope will practice Thursday. Former Seahawks safety Jordan Babineaux would start in Hope’s place. “We’re glad he’s here,” Munchak said […]

Titans Hope the Past Doesn’t Repeat Itself Saturday

Titans safety Chris Hope, a one-time Super Bowl winner with the Steelers in 2005, knows that this Saturday’s game vs the Ravens is all about the phrase “one and done.”  As in – one big mistake, and all the work the Titans did to get home field and build a great season could be gone […]