Titans RB Travis Henry will be suspended for four games for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, according to a broadcast report yesterday.
CBS said on its pregame show that Henry would be disciplined. A Titans spokesman said he was unaware of the situation. Phone messages left with Hadley Engelhard, Henry's agent, were not returned.
After yesterday's 31-27 loss to the Rams, Henry had little to say.
"It's a league issue," Henry said. "No comment."
Henry was the Titans' leading rusher with 97 yards in the first two games but had only three carries for no yards and caught one pass for 16 yards against the Rams.
* PAINFUL SUNDAY: There was a rash of injuries that included Patriots S Rodney Harrison and LT Matt Light, Bills LB Takeo Spikes, Cardinals QB Kurt Warner and Jets QB Chad Pennington.
Harrison injured his left leg and was taken off the field on a stretcher. Light injured his right ankle after G Logan Mankins rolled across his leg on a running play. Light did not return.
Spikes hurt his Achilles' in the second quarter. Coach Mike Mularkey would not speculate on the severity of the injury, but if the Achilles' is torn, he likely would be lost for the season.
Warner injured his groin in the first half against the Seahawks, forcing him to leave the game for good. Pennington hurt his shoulder, left the game briefly and then came back against the Jaguars.
* COACH HOSPITALIZED: Packers offensive coordinator Tom Rossley was taken by ambulance to a hospital after experiencing chest pains before the game against the Buccaneers.
Rossley, 59, who underwent an angioplasty last season, returned to the sideline in the second quarter after being cleared by doctors.
-- From News Services