Tennessee Titans Week 15 injury report for Wednesday
Here’s a look at the Tennessee Titans’ Week 15 injury report for the Wednesday before the game against the Houston Texans.
The Tennessee Titans have no shortage of players to keep an eye out for on the injury report this week. Leading that list will be running back Derrick Henry, who was clearly hobbled by a hamstring injury in Week 14.
Also, the Titans are extremely thin in the secondary with injuries to cornerbacks Adoree’ Jackson and LeShaun Sims, both of whom missed the game last Sunday, as well as safety Kenny Vaccaro, who was forced to leave the contest against the Oakland Raiders early with a concussion.
While cornerbacks Tye Smith and Tramaine Brock played well in the absences of Jackson and Sims, the Titans will need all hands on deck as they make a playoff push in the final three games of the 2019 regular season.
Here’s a look at the participation of each player listed on the injury report for Wednesday.
Full participant: N/A
Limited participant: Ben Jones (thumb), Jurrell Casey (knee), LeShaun Sims (knee), Kenny Vaccaro (concussion)
Non-participant: Derrick Henry (hamstring), Adoree’ Jackson (foot), Adam Humphries (ankle), Daren Bates (shoulder)
Henry not practicing doesn’t come as much of a surprise. Head coach Mike Vrabel made it clear after the game on Sunday that the team would take it slow with its star running back. Regardless, we’ll have to continue to monitor his status as the week progresses.
Adam Humphries is still not practicing after missing all of last week and being ruled inactive in Week 14. Jackson also didn’t practice all week last week and his situation remains up in the air.
The good news here is that Sims and Vaccaro were both at practice, so it appears they’re moving in the right direction. Vaccaro remains in the concussion protocol, however.