The Bills are releasing pass-rushing linebacker Quentin Groves, a source has told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
Groves has just 9 1/2 sacks over seven seasons, but did play in every game for Buffalo in 2014, when he contributed to 18 tackles.
Titans quarterback Jake Locker was a full participant in practice Friday and will be probable for Week 8 against the Texans. Locker will likely serve as a backup to Zach Mettenberger on Sunday.
Coty Sensabaugh (knee) and Taylor Thompson (knee) were labeled doubtful, while Quentin Groves (ankle) was deemed questionable. Meanwhile, Shonn Greene (hamstring) and Ropati Pitoitua (hand) were ruled probable, along with Locker.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday linebacker Shaun Phillips suffered a hip injury and linebacker Quentin Groves suffered an ankle injury Sunday against the Redskins. Phillips is headed for an MRI and Whisenhunt added he didn't know the status of either player for Week 8 vs. Houston.
The Titans signed linebacker Quentin Groves, who has six sacks and two forced fumbles over the past two seasons. He was cut by the Texans on Saturday.
The Texans signed outside linebacker Quentin Groves, who played in five games with the Browns last year. Groves had 46 tackles and four sacks in 2012 with Arizona.
The Browns have released veteran pass rusher Quentin Groves, NFL Network reported Friday.
Groves missed the last chunk of last season with an ankle injury. he has 8.5 sacks over six seasons. Groves turns 30 in July.
The Browns are as healthy as they have been all season, as their Friday injury report reveals. They could field a 100 percent healthy team when they host Baltimore on Sunday.
Defensive end Billy Winn (quad) hasn't played since Week 3, but is listed as questionable, as is linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle).
The others are probable. They include defensive end Desmond Bryant (thumb), running backs Willis McGahee (ankle) and Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs), cornerback Chris Owens (finger) and linebacker Jabaal Sheard (wrist).
Browns linebacker Quentin Groves might be ready for extended action after missing most of the season with an ankle injury. He was back at practice on Wednesday after being inactive in Week 8, the Akron Beacon Journal has reported.
Groves, who was expected to be in the rotation on the inside heading into the year, has just three tackles and one sack, which he produced in the opener.
The Browns defense is in pretty good shape as far as injuries go for Week 8 against the Chiefs Sunday. Of six players listed on the injury report, only defensive lineman Billy Winn (quadriceps) and linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) are inactive.
Defensive back Chris Owens (finger), defensive lineman Armonty Bryant (shoulder) and linebackers Tank Carder (neck) and Brandon Magee (oblique) were all able to play through their injuries.
The Browns are in good shape physically as they prepare for the game Sunday against the undefeated Chiefs. No key player aside from Billy Winn, a possible starter at defensive end, has been designated as worse than probable. Backup linebacker Quentin Groves is doubtful after playing last week with an ankle injury.
The probables are linebackers Brandon Magee (oblique) and Tank Carder (knee), defensive end Armonty Bryant (shoulder), running backs Chris Ogbonnaya (ribs) and Willis McGahee (knee) and cornerback Chris Owens (finger).
The continued inactivity of starting outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard (knee) highlights the injury report submitted by the Browns for the game Sunday against the visiting Lions. Defensive end Billy Winn (quad) is the only other injured inactive. Quentin Groves, who will help out at Sheard's spot, will play despite an ankle problem.
The healthy inactives are wide receiver Charles Johnson, offensive linemen Patrick Lewis, Martin Wallace and Garrett Gilkey and tight end Keavon Milton.
Three critical players on the Browns front seven are getting healthier in time for the Week 6 game against visiting Detroit.
Outside linebacker Jabaal Sheard, who missed the last two games with a knee injury, has been upgraded to questionable with reports leaning toward him playing against the Lions. And fellow linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) could also return after missing the last three games.
Meanwhile, defensive end Desmond Bryant, who left the Week 5 win over Buffalo with shortness of breath, has been deemed probable. Backup lineman <span data-shortcode="annotation" data-id="1274395" data-text="Billy Winn" data-canon="Billy Winn" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_PLAYER" id="shortcode0"> (quad) has been ruled out.
The Browns inactives list for Week 5 against the Bills Thursday featured just two injured players who had not yet been ruled out for the game previously. Joining defensive lineman Billy Winn (quadriceps) on the inactives list were linebackers Quentin Groves (ankle) and Jabaal Sheard (knee).
The remainder of the list featured quarterback Jason Campbell, running back Fozzy Whittaker and offensive linemen Martin Wallace and Patrick Lewis.
The Browns are relatively healthy heading into their battle against the Bills on Thursday night. Only linebackers Jabaal Sheard (knee) and Quentin Groves (ankle) are listed as doubtful.
Defensive tackle John Hughes (knee) and right guard Shawn Lauvao (ankle) are questionable. Among the probables are offensive lineman Oniel Cousins (chest), placekicker Billy Cundiff (thigh), running back Chris Ogbonnaya (thigh) and quarterback Brandon Weeden (thumb).
Defensive end Bllly Winn (quad) has been ruled out.
The Browns released their inactives prior to Sunday's game against the Bengals in Week 4, and the list featured three players already ruled out by injury. Quarterback Brandon Weeden (thumb), defensive lineman Billy Winn (quadriceps) and linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) were all unable to suit up, as expected. Linebacker Jabaal Sheard (knee) was also inactive for the game.
The remainder of the inactive list includes tight end Keavon Milton and offensive linemen Martin Wallace and Shawn Lauvao.
The Browns listed linebacker Quentin Groves as inactive for Week 3 at Minnesota. Groves, who played in the first two games, has an ankle injury. Groves has two tackles after two games to go with one sack for the Browns.
The Cleveland Browns unveilied their injuries for the team's Week 3 game against the Vikings.
On the defensive side, linebacker Quentin Groves (ankle) is out; defensive end Ahtyba Rubin(calf) is questionable and was limited in practice; and strong safety T.J. Ward (shoulder) and defensive end Desmond Bryant (wrist) both participated fully in practice and are probable.
Browns head coach Rob Chudzinski said Wednesday linebacker Quentin Groves won't play Week 3 at Minnesota after sustaining an ankle injury Week 2 at Baltimore.
Browns coach Rob Chudzinski said linebacker Quentin Groves suffered a sprained ankle Week 2 at Baltimore. However, X-rays were negative.