NASHVILLE, TN - DECEMBER 21: Jason Jones #91 of the Tennessee Titans watches his teammates during their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 21, 2008 at LP Field in Nashville, Tennessee. Jones had 3.5 sacks on the day. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
Jonathan Hutton, of TitansRadio.com, has reported that six Titans have been ruled out for Friday's preseason matchup with the Cowboys in Arlington, including starting right tackle, David Stewart (knee) and rookie cornerback/return man Ryan Mouton (ankle).
Besides Stewart, Mouton, and possibly Jones, who had five sacks as a rookie in 2008 despite limited time, the injuries should have minimal effect on the game.
Davis has been greatly ineffective through his first two seasons in the league, as has the team's receiving corps as a whole, which explains in great part the Titans' reliance on the run.
Stamer is 31, and has seen only one start over six seasons in the NFL.
Conversely, Dallas will enter Friday much healthier than they did last week at Oakland. Roy Williams will play, in all likelihood, after suffering a sprained wrist during a practice last weekend, and cornerbacks Terence Newman and Mike Jenkins--who both missed the preseason opener--are scheduled to start.