Titans FS Michael Griffin will appeal his one-game suspension for player safety violations.
NFL suspended Titans FS Michael Griffin one game for violating the league's policy on player safety.
Titans FS Michael Griffin (quad) will return to game action in Week 10.
Michael Griffin will focus on free safety this season after playing both spots for the Titans in 2012.
Michael Griffin and Bernard Pollard are penciled in as the Titans' starting safeties.
Titans FS Michael Griffin will not be asked to restructure his contract.
The Titans have a five-day window after the Super Bowl to decide whether or not to retain FS Michael Griffin.
The Titans will continue to work Michael Griffin at strong safety and Robert Johnson at free safety.
Titans signed franchise player FS Michael Griffin to a five-year, $35 million extension.
Unsigned franchise player Michael Griffin has attended all of the Titans' voluntary OTAs.
Titans franchise player Michael Griffin does plan to participate in offseason workouts despite having yet to sign his franchise tender.
Titans assigned the franchise tag to FS Michael Griffin.
The Nashville Tennessean confirms the Titans are expected to place the franchise tag on free agent FS Michael Griffin before Monday's deadline.
A league source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter that the Titans are likely to use their franchise tag on FS Michael Griffin by Monday's deadline for tags to be applied.