NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Titans will be without starting right guard Chance Warmack for Sunday's game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Warmack suffered a sprained MCL in his right knee in Sunday's 28-14 loss to the Browns. He left the game early and did not return. He was in a brace as he left the locker room after the game.
The Titans hope Warmack will be ready for the team's October 11 game against the Bills. Since being drafted by the Titans in 2013, Warmack has started 34 consecutive games.
"We'll see how that progresses,'' Whisenhunt said of Warmack's injury.
Jamon Meredith, who stepped in and played for Warmack on Sunday, will start in his place on Sunday. Meredith has started 27 games during his seven-year career. He played in four games last season with the Colts.
"Jamon did a pretty good job (vs Cleveland),'" Whisenhunt said. "I mean, there are a lot of little things you always have to work on. Jamon's been bouncing all around, but he did good for not having gotten reps at that particular position, which is his job."
Meredith will line up on the right side next to rookie right tackle Jeremiah Poutasi, who struggled at times against the Browns.
"We're asking (Poutasi) to do a lot, which you have to in this league," Whisenhunt said. "With that being the case, you'll go through some growing pains. We're aware of that. Jeremiah didn't have the greatest day at times in pass protection, but other times he did a nice job and he did some nice things in the run game as well."