Titans CB Rod Hood Tears ACL

More bad news for the Tennessee Titans, as The Tennessean reports veteran cornerback Rod Hood suffered a torn ACL during a workout last Friday and will miss the 2010 season.

Hood started four of his six games with the Titans last season, totaling 16 tackles and 3 interceptions, returning one 31 yards for a touchdown against the Buffalo Bills. The Titans re-signed Hood to a one-year deal on March 12. Hood had not been in particpating in the team's "Organized Team Activity" sessions, as the 28-year old was recovering surgery to repair a sports hernia.

An undrafted free agent from Auburn, Hood's NFL career began in 2003 with the Philadelphia Eagles, where started 13 of 56 games, totaling 121 tackles, 5 interceptions and 23 pass break-ups before signing with the Cardinals in 2007. Hood started 30 games for the Cardinals, totaling 97 tackles, 5 interceptions and 35 pass break-ups. Hood also started for the Cardinals the 2008 NFL Playoffs, but wasn't in the starting lineup for Super Bowl XLIII and was released two months later.

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