According to the Tennessean, the Titans have released quarterback Chris Simms.

Simms was signed after being cut by the Bucs to backup Vince Young and Kerry Collins. Because of Young's knee injury, he's been the number two QB behind Collins.

This move means that Young, who hasn't played since the season opener, will be the primary backup and is healthy enough to play. He could probably start, but coach Jeff Fisher is going to make him win his job back, something that I entirely agree with. He obviously is struggling with the mental aspect of the game, and needs to prove to his coaches, teammates, and city that his heart and head are still  into playing football. He could possibly see some action tomorrow from time to time.

Simms might be back next week, however, as this move was necessary to clear up a spot on the roster for punter Josh Miller, who was signed today. If he isn't and there are no major quarterback injuries this week, Simms's career could be in danger. He just hasn't done anything, even before that horrific spleen injury, he struggled. I've always found it odd and unfair that he hasn't been given any sort of chance since it, though.

The team signed Miller because starter Craig Hentrich experienced back spasms last week, and may not be able to go in tomorrow's game.