RTC: More Hunter, less Wimbley

Reading the coverage of the Tennessee Titans…

Coming off a game-winning catch, Justin Hunter is confident his time is going to come but he’s not going to demand it’s right now, says Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean.

Defensive end Kamerion Wimbley, who’s in just the second year of a five-year, $35 million contract, played just six of 59 snaps for the defense against San Diego, says John Glennon of The Tennessean. Also, running back Shonn Greene won’t be recovered in time from recent knee surgery to play against his old team Sunday when the Jets visit Nashville.

Mike Munchak is finding replay challenges a real challenge, says David Boclair of Nashville Post. Munchak is just 5-for-13 after two failures Sunday.

Jake Locker was a guest Monday on 3HL in Nashville.

Locker got the game ball as Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus refocused Titans-Chargers. Chance Warmack got his first negative run-blocking grade.

Nate Washington broke three tackles as part of his big day, which got him a spot on Pro Football Focus’ Team of Week 3.