NFL Injury Report: Kenny Britt, Laurent Robinson Among AFC South Losses In Week 3

SAN DIEGO - OCTOBER 31: Wide receiver Kenny Britt #18 of the Tennessee Titans sits on the bench after injuring his leg in the first quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium on October 31 2010 in San Diego California. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

The division leading Texans were the only team in the AFC South to escape Week 3 without much in the way of injury.

Week 3 saw three of the four teams in the AFC South lose wide receivers to injuries, with Kenny Britt, Laurent Robinson and Austin Collie all being lost in Sunday's games.

The 3-0 Houston Texans already had some breathing room atop the AFC South, and they were the only team in the division to get through the week of the NFL season with relatively little injury news to report. Tim Dobbins wasn't healthy enough to contribute on Sunday afternoon, but he looks like he'll be able to return for Week 4. They'll be hosting divisional-rival Tennessee on Sunday.

The Titans had a couple of players leave Sunday's contest with injury. Jared Cook suffered an injury to his left shoulder, but it sounds like he'll be in good shape for the Texans game. Britt also had to leave Sunday's game for Tennessee. The receiver suffered a mild ankle sprain, but was not in a walking boot on his way out of the stadium. Defensive end Keyunta Dawson also suffered a hamstring injury in the game.

The Jaguars had a pair of players leave the game with head injuries on Sunday, and both Robinson and Montell Owens are set to undergo further tests on Monday. The status of both should be determined later in the week.

The Colts lost Collie early in the second half on Sunday, and the wideout had to be carted to the locker room to be examined. Collie is scheduled for an MRI on Monday. Joining him on the injured list are Samson Satele (knee) and Vontae Davis (ankle), both of whom limped off the field late in the game and did not return.

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