Titans and Ravens Divisional Round injury reports for Wednesday

NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 12: Linebacker Jayon Brown
NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 12: Linebacker Jayon Brown /

The Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens have released their injury reports for the Wednesday ahead of their Divisional Round matchup.

Four Tennessee Titans players were not present at practice on Wednesday.

That included cornerback Adoree’ Jackson, linebackers Jayon Brown and Kamalei Correa, as well as wide receiver Adam Humphries, who is certainly no surprise and should be expected to miss his sixth straight game.

Brown injured his shoulder in the win over the Patriots, and his status is in serious question for the Saturday night game against the Baltimore Ravens after not practicing at all the first two days of the week.

Hopefully he can log some kind of practice participation on Thursday to give some hope that he’ll suit up on Saturday.

Correa is a new addition to the injury report. He was out due to an illness.

We’ll have to see if Jackson can get a practice in tomorrow. It’s possible the Titans are managing his practice reps to get him ready for the game, but he was present for individual drills.

There is some good news to report, however. Right guard Nate Davis returned to practice after missing out on Tuesday due to an illness.

Wide receiver Kalif Raymond has finally cleared the concussion protocol and put in a full practice on Wednesday. He should make his return this week after being absent the last two games.

Here’s a look at the injury reports for both teams.

The biggest name on the Ravens’ injury report remains running back Mark Ingram, who continues to deal with a calf injury.