The Tennessee Titans saw four key starters return to practice on Wednesday.
There’s some good news to share at the start of the Tennessee Titans’ practice week: all four starters who missed the Week 10 game against the Kansas City Chiefs have returned to practice.
Inside linebacker Jayon Brown (groin), tight end Delanie Walker (ankle), defensive lineman Jurrell Casey (shoulder) and wide receiver Corey Davis (hip) all hit the practice field on Wednesday after returning from the bye in Week 11.
This is a great start to the week for Tennessee, as these four players practicing puts them all on track to play in Week 12 in a crucial matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Last week, there was a report stating the Titans were “optimistic” about two of these four players returning, and head coach Mike Vrabel had said the same on Monday; however there was no exact details as to who those might be.
Instead of two, it looks like the Titans will get all four back.
Walker had missed the last three games, and prior to that he was pulled after just five snaps in Week 7. Casey was forced to miss both the Week 9 and Week 10 games with his shoulder ailment.
Brown has been dealing with his groin issue for weeks now, first missing the Week 7 game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Brown then returned for the following two games, however he was forced from the Week 9 game early and was ruled out in Week 10.
Davis was a surprise addition to the injury report in Week 10 and ended up being ruled out against the Chiefs.
It appears the bye week served the Titans and their wounded players well, and now it looks as though Tennessee will be at full strength for what is a pivotal divisional tilt at home against the Jaguars, a team the Titans lost to earlier in the season.