The Tennessee Titans and Kansas City Chiefs have released their injury reports for Wednesday.
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries has been out for so long, it was coming close to being necessary to put his face on a milk carton.
Humphries hasn’t practiced in over a month and has missed the last six games with an ankle injury. However, it appears he might be getting healthy in time for the game AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Humphries finally returned to practice on Wednesday and got in a limited session. You may remember that the Titans wideout scored the game-winning touchdown with a 23-yard reception in Week 10 against the Chiefs.
Linebacker Jayon Brown, who said he would practice earlier in the day, got in a limited session. The former fifth-round pick didn’t practice at all last week and ended up being inactive for the game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Here are the full injury reports for both teams.
Titans and Chiefs injury reports
Cornerback Logan Ryan missed practice, although it wasn’t injury related, as he was just sick. That shouldn’t be of much concern for Sunday’s matchup.
The biggest name to keep an eye on for Kansas City is defensive tackle Chris Jones, who was inactive for the Chiefs’ divisional round win over the Houston Texans. He was a non-participant in practice on Wednesday.
The Titans and Chiefs will meet in the AFC Championship game on Sunday at 2:05 p.m. CST for a chance to go to Super Bowl LIV.