The NFL suspended Titans starter safety Michael Griffin one game Monday after drawing another personal foul Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.
Griffin was given a personal foul for a hit to the head and neck of Raiders tight end Mychael Rivera.
It's the second time he's been penalized for a hit to the head and neck area this season and his fourth since 2011.
Griffin can not play or practice until he's reinstated next Monday.
It is assumed Griffin will appeal the penalty.
The Titans beat the Raiders 23-19 win.