Taking a look at the Tennessee Titans 2014 offseason plans.
As expected, TE Craig Stevens and C Kevin Matthews are inactive for the Titans' season finale against Jacksonville.
Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson is tied for second in the league among backs in consecutive games played with 63. Despite a sore right ankle, Johnson said he will play in Sunday's finale.
Bud Adams, the founder and longtime owner of the Tennessee Titans, hopes to meet with coach Mike Munchak after the regular season ends Sunday. The meeting may determine if Munchak will return next season.
Tennessee Titans WR Kendall Wright is inactive for the first time in his NFL career. RT Byron Stingily will start in place of RT Mike Otto, who is out with an illness. LB Colin McCarthy will miss his fourth straight game.
An upset of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday would be a big win for the struggling Titans and coach Mike Munchak. The Titans' makeshift offensive line must protect Jake Locker against a Packers' rush led by Clay Matthews.
When the Tennessee Titans travel to Green Bay this weekend, OL coach Bruce Matthews will face nephew Clay for the first time since the former USC linebacker entered the league in 2009. Titans OL Kevin Matthews was set to line up against his cousin but is likely out with a high-ankle sprain.
When the Tennessee Titans travel to Green Bay to face the Packers on Sunday, the secondary will look to contain Packers WR Randall Cobb. With Greg Jennings and Jordy Nelson battling injuries, the second-year wideout has flourished in recent weeks.
Following Monday's 14-10 win over the New York Jets, Tennessee Titans rookie WR Kendall Wright said he suffered a cracked rib on an incompletion in the fourth quarter. Wright's status for Sunday's game at Green Bay has yet to be determined. C Kevin Matthews will likely be placed on IR with a high-ankle sprain.
It wasn't aesthetically-pleasing, but the Tennessee Titans snapped a season-long three-game losing streak with a 14-10 win on Monday night over the New York Jets. RB Chris Johnson flashed his world-class speed on a 94-yard touchdown run -- the longest in franchise history. The Titans' defense, meanwhile, came up in the clutch forcing five turnovers -- including three in the final minutes.

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