The Tennessee Titans have released their injury report for the Thursday practice before the Week 17 game against the Houston Texans.
Thursday is the first time this week we’ve gotten a look at a real Tennessee Titans injury report, as the team only released an estimated one on Wednesday with no practice.
Unfortunately for Tennessee, we saw more of the same results as in past weeks with cornerback Adoree’ Jackson and wide receiver Adam Humphries, both of whom did not practice again. Fellow wideout Kalif Raymond also did not practice. He remains in the concussion protocol.
Outside linebacker Harold Landry did not practice, although his reasoning was not injury-related.
Jackson has missed the past three weeks with a foot issue, and Tennessee’s secondary has suffered as a result. He was able to get in a limited practice last week before missing Thursday and Friday’s session before being ruled out.
Meanwhile, Humphries hasn’t practiced in three weeks.
Running back Derrick Henry, who was able to get in a full practice today, had this to say about taking the week off for the Week 16 game against the New Orleans Saints, according to Jim Wyatt of Titans Online.
"“That’s what it was supposed to do, right?,” Henry said on Thursday. “Any time you get the rest it always helps, so it helped a lot.”"
Henry had been playing hurt the past two weeks, which definitely showed. With two full practices to start the week (one estimated), it looks as though Henry is off to a good start.
Also good news is the status of defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons, who also got in a full session after missing last week’s game. And, despite being in the concussion protocol himself, wideout Corey Davis practiced fully.
The Titans and Texans will kickoff at 3:25 p.m. CST on Sunday.