NASHVILLE, Sept. 8 (UPI) -- Tennessee Titans kicker Joe Nedney suffered a season-ending hamstring injury in practice, the team announced Wednesday.
Nedney was hurt during a kicking drill Tuesday and was placed on injured reserve. He will need surgery.
"It's unfortunate for Joe, but we're looking around for another kicker right now," Coach Jeff Fisher said.
Fisher said punter Craig Hentrich will handle the placekicking duties if a replacement can't be found soon. Hentrich has made seven of 12 field goals in the NFL.
Among kickers available are Brett Conway, Matt Bryant and Bill Gramatica.
Nedney also had a serious injury last season and missed all but the first game.
In his last full season, two years ago, Nedney made 25 of 31 field goals.
Nedney has also played for Miami, Arizona, Oakland, Denver and Carolina.