The designation of running back Shonn Greene (hamstring) as doubtful and quarterback Jake Locker (hand) as questionable headline the injury report released by the Titans on Friday for their Week 7 game in Washington.
Also doubtful are cornerback Coty Sensabaugh and tight end Taylor Thompson, both with knee injuries. Defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (hand) is questionable while safety George Wilson (calf) is probable.
The Titans placed safety Bernard Pollard (Achilles) on injured reserve, ending his season, and signed cornerback Brandon Ghee. George Wilson will replace Pollard in the starting lineup, per Pro Football Talk.
The Titans defense couldn't record a sack but managed one interception in the team's 33-7 blowout loss to the Bengals in Week 3.
The Titans racked up eight sacks over the team's first two games but couldn't get anything done against the Bengals' offensive line Sunday. Tennessee fell victim to a trick-play touchdown in the first quarter, with Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton catching a touchdown pass from wide receiver Mohamed Sanu. The Bengals also converted for three touchdowns in goal-to-go situations.
Titans safety George Wilson made the lone big play for the defense, picking off Dalton on a tipped ball during an attempted screen deep in Cincinnati territory late in the first half. Unfortunately, the Tennesee offense wasn't able to convert the turnover into points, throwing its own interception before halftime. The Titans will look to rebound when they head to Indianapolis in Week 4.
The Titans have released their final injury report for Week 2.
Linebacker Zach Brown is the only player who has been ruled out for the contest. Defensive lineman Mike Martin is questionable. The team listed four players as probable entering the game. Justin Hunter, Jackie Battle, Charlie Whitehurst and George Wilson should be able to go Week 2.
Titans defensive back George Wilson recorded his first interception of the season and first since 2011 Week 16 at Jacksonville, picking off quarterback Chad Henne to preserve a four-point lead late in the fourth quarter.
Wilson, who only plays in certain formations, also had a solo tackle.
Titans safety George Wilson will appeal an NFL-imposed fine of $15,750 for a horse collar tackle against Bengals running back Dan Herron, reports The Tennesseean. Wilson is in his first season with the Titans after playing seven years with Buffalo.
The Titans have signed safety George Wilson, The Tennessean reports. The Bills had let Wilson go on Feb. 11. He's expected to compete for a starting job. "George is a quality veteran player," Titans general manager Ruston Webster said. "He will contribute for us on the field, but his contributions also will come off the field, in the locker room and in the meetings rooms. He was respected as a football player and a leader during his career in Buffalo, and he will bring that veteran presence to our team."
On Monday the Bills announced the release of veteran safety George Wilson and linebacker Nick Barnett. Wilson had over 100 total tackles in each of the last two seasons with 11 passes defensed over that span. Barnett actually led the team in tackles each of the last two seasons with 112 this year and 130 in 2011.