Titans S Robert Johnson is done for the season with ligament damage in his foot.
The Titans appear to have opened their starting strong safety job to competition between Robert Johnson and Jordan Babineaux.
Robert Johnson has been getting first-team strong safety reps ahead of Jordan Babineaux this week.
Robert Johnson is penciled in as the Titans' No. 2 free safety behind Michael Griffin.
Titans promoted S Robert Johnson from the practice squad.
Titans rookie safeties Robert Johnson and Myron Rolle reportedly need "good showings soon," if they want to make the final 53-man roster.
Titans agreed to terms with fifth-round S Robert Johnson on a four-year, $1.98 million contract.
Titans selected Utah S Robert Johnson with the No. 148 overall pick in the 2010 draft.