Here’s a look at the Tennessee Titans’ and New England Patriots’ injury reports after Wednesday’s practice.
For the second day in a row, Tennessee Titans cornerback Adoree’ Jackson practiced in full on Wednesday. It comes just one day after he practiced on full on Tuesday, which was the first time he had done so in a month.
Jackson has missed the Titans’ last four games with a foot injury, and his absence has been noticeable in a secondary that is already without Malcolm Butler.
Head coach Mike Vrabel didn’t rule out a third-down role for Jackson in the team’s wild card matchup with the New England Patriots. At this point, getting Jackson on the field at all would be a huge boost.
On the flip side of the good news with Jackson comes more bad news with wide receiver Adam Humphries, who still hasn’t returned to practice. Like Jackson, Humphries has missed the last four games, except his injury is to his ankle.
Here’s a look at the full injury reports for both teams.
Titans and Patriots injury reports
Jack Conklin is the only new addition to the injury report, but he was still able to get in a limited session.
After not practicing on Tuesday, wide receiver Kalif Raymond was able to get in a limited practice. Raymond missed last week’s game after suffering the concussion during the Week 16 loss to the New Orleans Saints and remains in the protocol.
Hopefully this injury report clears up by the weekend, as the Titans will need all hands on deck to beat the Patriots and advance to the next round.
The Titans and Patriots will meet on Saturday night at 7:15 p.m. CST at Gillette Stadium.