Titans linebacker Zach Brown got the start Sunday against Miami and responded with a team-leading 12 tackles (eight solo). The defense was kept busy in this one, but Brown was up to the task. His role upon the return of Avery Williamson (hamstring) is unclear, but Brown should continue to pile up tackles as long as Williamson is out.
Titans LB Zach Brown stuffed the stat sheet Sunday against the Colts, recording five tackles (three solo), a pass defense and a 45-yard interception of quarterback Andrew Luck. The talented linebacker continued his fine season after missing basically all of 2014 due to injury. He will get a chance to rest up in Week 4 as the Titans have a bye before returning to action against the run-heavy Bills attack in Week 5.
Titans linebacker Zach Brown is hoping to regain his form this offseason as he makes his return from a season-ending torn pectoral injury that occurred in the 2014 season-opener. "I feel good, real good, and I just can't wait to get out there again," Brown told The Tennessean. "Last year, I felt like something was taken from me. So this year, I've got something to prove. Last year was the year I felt like I'd arrived, so now (I'm) back." Brown only played in four snaps before the injury took place. Brown, a second-round draft pick in 2012, totaled 210 tackles, 9.5 sacks over his first two seasons.
The Titans put linebacker Zach Brown (pectoral) on injured reserve, ending his season. Brown suffered the injury in the opener and has been replaced by Zaviar Gooden.
Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger, wide receiver T.J. Graham, wide receiver Kris Durham, cornerback Brandon Harris, linebacker Zach Brown (shoulder), tackle Byron Stingily and defensive lineman DaQuan Jones were all ruled inactive Week 2 vs. Dallas.