Titans vs. Commanders Week 5 injury report: Thursday




 

The Washington Commanders and Tennessee Titans released their second injury report of the week Thursday, and things remained unchanged for Washington.

Safety Percy Butler [quad], right tackle Sam Cosmi [finger], wide receiver Jahan Dotson [hamstring], linebacker Milo Eifler [hamstring] and wide receiver Curtis Samuel [illness] all missed practice for the second consecutive day.

Head coach Ron Rivera spoke on Cosmi's injury.

"No. No feel for the timeline," Cosmi said. "He did have surgery. It was done the other day. It was successful, and we'll see after he gets a chance to see the doctors. It's really gonna be about wound management as far as that's concerned, and then we'll go from there."

Reliable veteran Cornelius Lucas will fill in for Cosmi at right tackle.

Left tackle Charles Leno [shoulder] and linebacker David Mayo [hamstring] were limited. Rivera said Wednesday he wasn't worried about Leno.

The Titans had seven players miss practice Thursday, with two new additions in safety Amani Hooker [concussion] and fullback Tory Carter.

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire

COMMENTS

More Related News

Broncos injuries: KJ Hamler suffers setback in recovery
Broncos injuries: KJ Hamler suffers setback in recovery

Broncos WR KJ Hamler has suffered a setback in his recovery from a hamstring injury, coach Nathaniel Hackett announced Thursday.

Robert Griffin III on Commanders
Robert Griffin III on Commanders' Sean Taylor memorial: 'He deserves better than that'

The former Heisman Trophy winner tells USA TODAY Sports Sean Taylor "deserves better" than the memorial the Washington Commanders unveiled.

How former Auburn, Liberty QB Malik Willis thinks Hugh Freeze will fit as Auburn football coach
How former Auburn, Liberty QB Malik Willis thinks Hugh Freeze will fit as Auburn football coach

Malik Willis, who played at Auburn for two seasons and under Hugh Freeze at Liberty for three seasons, has a unique perspective on the Tigers' hire.

Throwback Thursday: Washington picks up first franchise win vs. Giants in 1932
Throwback Thursday: Washington picks up first franchise win vs. Giants in 1932

In 1932, the Washington Commanders, then known as the Boston Braves, defeated the New York Giants for the franchise's first-ever win.

5 stats and facts to know for Commanders vs. Giants in Week 13
5 stats and facts to know for Commanders vs. Giants in Week 13

Here are some stats/facts to know for this weekend's clash between the Washington Commanders and New York Giants.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *

Cancel reply

Comments

Top News: Football