Riggs (hamstring) was absent from the Titans' injury report Wednesday.
Riggs has missed the previous three games, but appears to be trending toward a return in Week 7. He figures to help provide depth in the secondary if he can indeed return to action.
Riggs (hamstring) is listed as inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Browns.
Riggs will miss his third straight game as a result of the hamstring ailment, so the Titans will once again have to look elsewhere for special teams depth.
Riggs (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Browns, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Riggs missed the past two games due to his hamstring injury. He was able to return to practice this week and would likely return in Week 7 if he's unable to go on Sunday. Riggs has yet to take a defensive snap this season, so his role will likely remain on special teams when he returns.
Riggs (hamstring) did not practice this week and will not play in Week 5.
It's unclear when Riggs, a reserve corner, will be able to play again. However, given hs place on the depth chart, the impact of his absence on Sunday's game is accordingly minimal.
Riggs (hamstring) is listed as out for Sunday's Week 4 matchup with Houston, Titans' senior writer Jim Wyatt reports.
It's unclear what the specifics of Riggs injury are but it doesn't appear to be very serious at this time. If he's unable to play the Titans' defense shouldn't be impacted greatly, as Riggs is little more than a depth corner.
Riggs re-signed with the Titans on Tuesday.
Riggs appeared in 11 games for Tennessee as a rookie last season, but the 24-year-old struggled to produce on the field. Although he may serve as a contributor on special teams, it appears that Riggs will function as a last resort option in the Titans' secondary.
Riggs was waived by the Titans on Thursday.
Riggs was waived as a means of making room for incoming offensive lineman Josh Kline on the 53-man roster. The 24-year-old projected to have a special teams role with the team prior to being waived.
Riggs won't play in Saturday's preseason game against San Diego as he continues to go through the team's concussion protocol, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
The 24-year-old has not been cleared to play since suffering a blow to the head during Tuesday's practice. Riggs' absence from Saturday's game could prove to all but kill his chances of making the Titans' roster week 1. Currently, Riggs finds himself buried beneath Tennessee's depth chart in the secondary.