Tennessee Titans linebacker Jayon Brown gave a brief update on his shoulder injury on Tuesday, but most importantly it looks like he’ll practice to some extent.
One of the biggest names we’ll be keeping an eye on this week when it comes to the Tennessee Titans’ injury report is inside linebacker Jayon Brown.
Brown suffered a shoulder injury on the opening series of the win over the New England Patriots on Saturday night, and later aggravated the injury that resulted in his night being over after just 10 snaps.
At the time, it looked really bad because Brown was in tears on the sideline, and that typically means the worst-case scenario for a player.
Following the game, there was a positive update on the former fifth-round pick, as he wasn’t sporting any brace on his shoulder and told reporters he was “good”.
While we didn’t get much of an update out of Mike Vrabel on either Monday or Tuesday other than him saying Brown is “sore”, Brown himself did address the media about his situation on Tuesday — albeit briefly — and plans on going out to practice, per Erik Bacharach of the Tennesseean.
“I feel good. Go out to practice right now and just focus on the Ravens.”
The Titans will hold their first practice of the week on Tuesday, which follows the same schedule they had last week with a Saturday game.
It looks like Brown will practice, but to what extent remains to be seen. We’ll know that answer once the Titans release their injury report later in the day. We’ll have that up as soon as its released.
Brown is one of the most important players on the Titans’ defense. He’s an elite coverage linebacker that is one of the best in the game at his position, and his presence on the field will be incredibly important if the Titans are going to upset the Baltimore Ravens in the divisional round.