Aside from the usual NFL version of musical chairs that we see at this time of the year, where guys are shuffled in and out of the lineup with injuries, the Tennessee Titans have had a relatively injury-free training camp. As a matter of fact, what we’ve seen has been the opposite of what we have expected.
That is until now. According to multiple sources, including TennesseeTitans.com Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt, wide receiver and roster hopeful, Cody Hollister, has been carted off of the practice field at Baptist Sports Park with an apparent knee injury.
Hollister was part of a crowded competition for the Titans at wide receiver. Clearly, he’d like to earn or lose a roster spot by competing, but for now, that desire has been paused. Here’s a look at Hollister hauling one in during the Titans preseason in 2019.
Let’s hope he’s okay.
Tennessee Titans fans should remain upbeat despite the news on Cody Hollister.
Despite the news, there’s a silver lining in this semi-dark cloud if you’re a Tennessee Titans fan. Guys are actually finding their way back into the lineup sooner than the expectation stated they would.
Less than a month ago, we were all concerned about whether or not Caleb Farley would be available for Week 1 of the regular season, but he’s been activated and is practicing much earlier than quite a few people thought he would and has been practicing. On August’s first Friday, more good news came when we learned Tennessee had also activated Bud Dupree from the team’s PUP (physically unable to perform) list.
Now, the questions are about whether or not he can see some preseason action as well. Keep your fingers crossed for Hollister though. He wasn’t one of the favorites to make the roster, but in seven games with the Tennessee Titans, he’s done some positive things when given the opportunity.
The stats aren’t overwhelming. So far, he has three receptions on his professional resume for 25 yards, but he’s respected in the locker room. Let’s hope he’s back on the field and competing fairly soon.