Of the three, Walter's injury is the most serious as he underwent disc surgery on his back that had sidelined him for much of the off-season work. Coach Mike Munchak said his recovery could take between four and six weeks.
"He’s probably going to be out a little longer than Delanie, if it’s four weeks, five weeks or six weeks. It just depends on how his rehab goes,” Munchak said.
Walker, a prized pickup the Titans signed to a four-year, $17.5 million deal to leave San Francisco, had his knee scoped after he had missed a few OTA practices last month. He should be back in time to play in at least one preseason game, Munchak said.
Robert Johnson, a backup safety fighting for his roster spot, still has not recovered from a foot injury and is also on PUP.
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