Young has MRI; likely day to day

Titans QB Vince Young had an MRI exam Monday to check out his strained right quadriceps muscle.

The results of the test weren't immediately available, and Coach Jeff Fisher said Young would be considered day to day.


Fisher said the test was to determine the best course of treatment for the 2006 Offensive Rookie of the Year who was injured at the end of a 2-yard run to the sideline midway through the third quarter of Sunday's 13-10 loss to Tampa Bay.

"He could not practice today," Fisher said. "If we had practice today, he'd be sore. But it's not as bad as we thought. So he'll be day to day, and our treatment path will be to try to get him back on the practice field as fast as we can."


Overseas Super Bowl?

A future Super Bowl champion may someday be crowned overseas in a game witnessed predominantly by a foreign audience, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said.

"There's a great deal of interest in holding a Super Bowl in London," Goodell told reporters Monday. "So we'll be looking at that."

The commissioner said London's new Wembley Stadium would make a great candidate for pro football's biggest matchup, given the enthusiasm overseas for the game.

The NFL has been expanding its overseas presence for years by televising games around the world. It's held preseason games in numerous countries in Europe, Asia, Mexico and Canada, and in 2005, the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers played the first regular-season game outside the United States.

Bulger expected back

St. Louis QB Marc Bulger, who missed the last two games with two broken ribs, said he will return to the lineup this week.

Backup Gus Frerotte threw five interceptions and lost a fumble in Sunday's 22-3 loss at Baltimore, which kept the Rams (0-6) winless.


St. Louis' start matches the worst in franchise history in 1962, when the team finished 1-12-1 as the Los Angeles Rams.

Hargrove pleads guilty

Buffalo Bills DE Anthony Hargrove pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for a fight with police outside a nightclub in August. He was fined $300 and must perform 200 hours of community service.

Hargrove was charged with resisting arrest, criminal mischief and harassment after police said he broke an officer's eyeglasses Aug. 5.

The Bills were staying in nearby Pittsford, N.Y., for training camp.



While the resurgent Chargers awaited word on the severity of Pro Bowl C Nick Hardwick's foot injury, All-Pro DT Jamal Williams underwent arthroscopic surgery on both knees. Williams had loose particles flushed out that had been bothering him. . . . Seattle Seahawks DT Chuck Darby is facing knee surgery and will miss the rest of the season. Coach Mike Holmgren announced Darby, a three-year starter and leader of Seattle's defense, tore the patella tendon in his right knee Sunday night. Darby was being blocked on a running play in the second half of a 28-17 loss to New Orleans when his knee buckled.