The Tennessee Titans have released their final injury report before the Week 15 game against the Houston Texans and Derrick Henry carries a designation into Sunday.
The biggest name we’re keeping an eye on in the Tennessee Titans’ final Week 15 injury report is running back Derrick Henry, who didn’t practice on Wednesday or Thursday.
Well, Henry officially did not practice again on Friday and is listed as questionable with for Sunday with his hamstring injury.
Despite the fact that Henry didn’t practice at all during a week for the first time this season, he did insist that he’d play in Week 15 when speaking to reporters on Thursday, saying “I’ll be ready to go.”
While I don’t doubt Henry suiting up, there is some concern he won’t be at 100 percent, which was the case in Week 14 when he was clearly hobbled by the hamstring issue. Of course, that also means there is risk that Henry has to leave the game early.
We’ll get a definitive answer about whether or not he is playing when Tennessee’s inactives list is released at 10:30 a.m. CST on Sunday.
The Titans have already ruled three players out in linebacker Daren Bates, wide receiver Adam Humphries and cornerback Adoree’ Jackson. All three of these players were ruled inactive for last week’s game, also.
Safety Kenny Vaccaro is still in the concussion protocol and is listed as questionable, however he did practice fully each of the past two days. His status is looking good for Sunday.
Here’s a look at the Texans’ injury report.
The biggest name for Houston there is wide receiver Will Fuller. He was ruled out last week after getting in a week full of limited practices, however his participation was not upgraded this week.
We’ve seen time and time again that the Texans’ offense just isn’t the same without Fuller playing. The Notre Dame product is an elite deep threat who can score from anywhere on the field.
The Titans and Texans will square off on Sunday at 12 p.m. CST at Nissan Stadium.