The Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots have released their inactives for the Wild Card game on Saturday night.
Ahead of their Wild Card game at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night, the Tennessee Titans and New England Patriots have released their inactives lists.
Tennessee had already ruled out wide receiver Adam Humphries on Thursday and he will miss his fifth straight game, but the Titans will be welcoming back cornerback Adoree’ Jackson for this playoff contest after he missed the last four games of the regular season.
Here’s a look at the inactives for both teams.
The return of Jackson is huge for Tennessee. The secondary has been without fellow corner Malcolm Butler after he was placed on IR after Week 9, and the Titans’ defensive backfield was even thinner without the services of Jackson — and it showed.
Raymond was downgraded to doubtful on Friday, and both Hollister and Cruikshank were listed as questionable. Raymond and Hollister have both been ruled out, while Cruikshank will play.
As far as the Patriots go: they had six players listed as questionable prior to this game after all of them got in limited practices all week, but the only one who has been ruled out is cornerback Jason McCourty.
Tennessee and New England will kick off at 7:15 p.m. CST at Gillette Stadium. The last time these two teams met in the playoffs was in the 2018 divisional round game in which the Pats won 35-14.