NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -The Carolina Panthers started David Carr against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, designating Vinny Testaverde as their emergency, third quarterback.
This was Carr's third start of the season. He finished last week's 31-7 loss to Indianapolis when Testaverde aggravated a strained Achilles tendon and couldn't return. Carr has two wins in his career against Tennessee while he was with Houston.
The Panthers also deactivated linebacker Dan Morgan and rookie receiver Dwayne Jarrett.
The Titans deactivated running back Chris Brown for a third straight game because of a high ankle sprain. Rookie running back Chris Henry, who is appealing a four-game suspension by the NFL for a positive test of a banned substance, was active.

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