Tennessee Titans cornerback Adoree’ Jackson will make his return to the field just in time for the playoffs.
After a four-week absence, Tennessee Titans cornerback Adoree’ Jackson will play in the wild card game against the New England Patriots on Saturday night.
Jackson, who hasn’t played since Week 13 with a foot injury, says he’s “good to go” against New England, per Jim Wyatt of Titans Online.
"“I am excited to be out there with my teammates,” Jackson told reporters in the locker room after practice. “They wouldn’t put me out there if I wasn’t (OK), so I am good to go, ready to go, and I am excited. I am fired up.”"
Jackson was able to practice fully all week. His return will be a big boost to a Titans secondary that has been ravaged by injuries in the second half of this season and struggled as a result.
One player who won’t be suiting up on Saturday is wide receiver Adam Humphries, who is set to miss his fifth straight game with an ankle injury.
Here’s a full look at the injury reports for both teams ahead of Saturday.
Titans and Patriots injury reports
Three players on Tennessee are carrying a designation into this game in wide receivers Cody Hollister and Kalif Raymond, as well as safety Dane Cruikshank, who is making his first appearance on the injury report this week as he deals with an illness.
Raymond was still in the concussion protocol as of Thursday.
Right tackle Jack Conklin was added to the injury report on Wednesday, but has since been removed after getting in a full session on Thursday.
Tennessee and New England will kick off at 7:15 p.m. CST on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.