After nine seasons, Titans linebacker Kamerion Wimbley announced his retirement Thursday, saying on Twitter that, "I'd like to thank the National Football League for giving me the opportunity to play the game that I love."
Wimbley spent the last three seasons with the Titans, playing in 45 games and recording 73 tackles and 11 sacks. He played four years with the Browns after being drafted out of Florida State and two more with the Raiders.
Wimbley finishes his career with 53.5 sacks, with a career-high of 11 in his rookie season.
Several Titans who were on the injury report are active for the game against Indianapolis. The list includes linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), nose tackle Sammie Lee Hill (foot), offensive tackle Byron Stingily (ankle) and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring).
Titans linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring) was the only player on Tennessee's final injury report listed as probable for Sunday's season finale against the Colts.
Defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill (foot), tackle Terren Jones (concussion) tackle Byron Stingily (ankle), linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring), tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) and quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder) were labeled as questionable.
According to the Tennessean, Lewan and Mettenberger aren't expected to play. Coach Ken Whisenhunt did not rule out the possibility of dressing Mettenberger as an emergency option.
The Titans will have both Kendall Wright and Delanie Walker Week 16 against the Jaguars.
Both players came into the game listed as questionable. Wright is dealing with a hand injury. Walker has a knee issue. Both players will attempt to play through their injuries.
The team will also have Byron Stingily and Kamerion Wimbley. Both Stingily and Wimbley were listed as questionable. Daimion Stafford, who came into the contest listed as probable, will also be available.
The Titans have ruled out running back Dexter McCluster (knee) for their Thursday night game against Jacksonville. Tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) is listed as doubtful, but will likely be sidelined as well.
Deemed questionable are wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand), tight end Delanie Walker (knee), tackle Byron Stingily (ankle) and linebackers Zaviar Gooden (hamstring) and Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring). Walker, however, has already declared himself ready to roll.
The lone probable is safety Daimion Stafford (concussion), who has been cleared for practice.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt is hopeful linebacker Kamerion Wimbley will return for Thursday's game at Jacksonville, reports The Tennessean. Wimbley has missed three straight games with a hamstring injury.
He has 30 tackles and two sacks in 11 games.
The Titans listed the following players as inactive Sunday against the Jets: Zach Mettenberger, Damion Stafford, Kamerion Wimbley, Mike Martin, Byron Stingily, Taylor Lewan and Kendall Wright.
Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright, who did not practice Friday, is listed as questionable for Sunday against the Jets. Wright cracked a bone in his hand against the Giants in Week 14 and is considering playing with a splint on his injured hand.
The following players are also listed as questionable for Sunday: Michael Griffin, Daimion Stafford, Byron Stingily and Kamerion Wimbley.
Tennessee also lists tackles Taylor Lewan and Michael Oher as doubtful and quarterback Zach Mettenberger as out.
Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright, running back Shonn Greene, defensive back Jemea Thomas, tackle Michael Oher, tackle Taylor Lewan, defensive lineman DaQuan Jones and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley were ruled inactive Week 14 vs. N.Y. Giants.
The Titans have ruled out outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Wimbley was the only players ruled out for the game, while defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) were the only players designated as probable.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), tackle Michael Oher (toe), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand) were all deemed as questionable.
The Titans declared the following players inactive for the game at Houston: offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), wideout Kris Durham, quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, defensive end Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring), defensive tackle DaQuan Jones, running back Antonio Andrews and safety Marqueston Huff (hamstring).
Eight Titans have landed on their injury report for the Sunday game in Houston, but only linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) has been ruled out. The others are at least questionable.
Placed in that category are safety Michael Griffin (shoulder), defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and tackles Taylor Lewan (ankle) and Michael Oher (toe). Neither tackle has practiced this week.
The probables are running backs Dexter McCluster (concussion) and Leon Washington (hamstring), as well as cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back).
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday linebacker Kamerion Wimbley suffered a pulled hamstring Week 12 against the Eagles. However, Whisenhunt is unsure how long Wimbley will be sidelined.
Titans defensive end Kamerion Wimbley was forced out of Sunday's game against Philadelphia with a hamstring injury. Wimbley sustained the injury while trying to chase down LeSean McCoy in the first half. The team has him questionable to return to the game.
The Titans and defensive end Kamerion Wimbley agreed to a restructured contract that will pay him $9 million over three years, reports ESPN's Adam Caplan. Wimbley had been scheduled to make $6 million this season, but the team asked him to take a pay cut and he agreed rather than possibly get released.
The Titans asked defensive end Kamerion Wimbley to take a pay cut, and he's considering it, reports the Tennessean. Wimbley is scheduled to make $6 million this season, the third year of his five-year, $35 million contract.
If the sides can't come to an agreement, he could be released, the report said.
Titans defensive lineman Kamerion Wimbley recorded a sack, his third of the season, Week 15 at Jacksonville. He also had two tackles, both solo.
Wimbley has only 10 tackles on the year.
Defensive end Kamerion Wimbley is in the second year of a five-year contract for $35 million and his role has been reduced by the Titans. But his job is safe, Mike Munchak told The Tennessean.
Wimbley, whose strength has always been as a pass rusher, has been replaced as a starter by 300-pound Ropati Pitoitua in an attempt to shore up the run defense. But Munchak still anticipates plenty of playing time for the eight-year veteran.
"Once you get into nickel and some other packages - some packages we haven't been using, and haven't been doing all the things we're going to do - he'll show up in areas. We'll get his play count to where it should be."
Titans defensive lineman Kamerion Wimbley is active despite a toe issue on Monday night of Week 15. Wimbley will take on the Jets, as expected, as he was listed as probable for the game.