According to profootballtalk.com:
As expected, Titans quarterback Vince Young won't be starting on Sunday against the Eagles, six days after suffering a knee injury that created initial fears that he wouldn't be starting another game before the 2011 season.
Bob Holtzmann of ESPN reports that the team soon will announce that Young won't start, even though he supposedly is healthy enough to go. Kerry Collins will start.
Young didn't practice all week, which likely was a significant factor in the decision to go with Kerry Collins. Young was listed as questionable on the Week Seven injury report with knee and ankle injuries.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen has characterized Young's injury as a high ankle sprain.
It remains to be seen whether Young or Rusty Smith will serve as the backup quarterback. The other player would then be the emergency quarterback.
And if Collins plays extremely well, Jeff Fisher could end up in the same quandary that his opponent today currently is facing.
After Young led the Titans to a 7-0 lead against Jacksonville, Collins delivered the death blow, resulting in a 30-3 rout.