McCourty requires another groin surgery and will be placed on injured reserve, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports. McCourty was limited to just four games played this season after an initial groin surgery in August put him behind schedule early in the campaign. Since re-injuring his groin, McCourty has missed the Titans' past two games, and will now be placed on season-ending injured reserve. With McCourty out, Coty Sensabaugh figures to continue to see extensive playing time opposite Perrish Cox at cornerback.
Interim coach Mike Mularkey relayed Thursday that McCourty (groin) will remain out this week. With McCourty already ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers, it's fair wonder whether or not the cornerback will be able to return in time for the team's Week 11 tilt, which will occur next Thursday against the Jaguars.
McCourty (groin) did not participate in practice on Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports. McCourty missed last Sunday's game against the Saints, so it's not a huge surprise he isn't participating in practice this week. His status for this Sunday's game against the Panthers will most likely be decided later in the week.
McCourty (groin) will not play Sunday. The 28-year-old missed practice throughout the week and has now officially been ruled out, meaning Coty Sensabaugh will likely move into the starting lineup in his place.
McCourty (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports. It appears as if McCourty's status will likely come down to a game-time decision as the 28-year-old hasn't been able to practice this week due to a hamstring injury. If McCourty is unable to play, Coty Sensabaugh could get the start in his place.