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Titans LB Zach Brown tore pectoral, could miss season

The Tennessee Titans' new-look defense has taken a hit for the 2014 season.

Coach Ken Whisenhunt said during his Monday press conference that third-year starting linebacker Zach Browntore his pectoral, potentially ending his season. The team will know more Tuesday.

Brown left the Tennessee's season-opening 26-10 win against the Kansas City Chiefs in the first quarter and was initially questionable to return.

A 2012 second-round pick out of North Carolina, Brown had not missed a game in his two prior seasons, starting 28 of 33 possible contests. The Titans will now have to do without a player for whom they had high hopes.

UPDATE: Whisenhunt said Tuesday that Brown would miss the rest of the 2014 season.

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