The Titans are expected to return Jeffery Simmons from the COVID-19 list. Tennessee also returned Adam Humphries, Cameron Batson, and Kristian Fulton and should be better equipped to handle the Texans on both sides of the field.
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Meanwhile, A.J. Brown is still nursing a hurt knee and is questionable for the game on Sunday. Joining Brown is Jonnu Smith, Kenny Vaccaro, Larrell Murchison, and Malcolm Butler who are all questionable for Sunday. At this point, there are no signs that any of them will miss the game on Sunday.
The Texans tight end Jordan Akins is suffering from a concussion and will be a game-time decision. Tackle Laremy Tunsil is also marked as questionable for the game.
Both teams should be at good strength for the game on Sunday. The Titans still have Corey Davis and MyCole Pruitt on the COVID-19 list and may possibly be made available by Sunday.