Titans reportedly lose TE Stevens for few weeks after scope

The Titans have lost starting tight end Craig Stevens for at least a few weeks after he had arthroscopic knee surgery this week, The Tennessean reported Friday.

Stevens, more of a force as a blocker than a receiver, hasn't practiced all week since sustaining a torn meniscus in last Sunday's loss to the Miami Dolphins. He has seven catches and one touchdown this season.

The Titans will turn to veteran Bo Scaife, who is used more in the passing game, and second-year pro Jared Cook at tight end.

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