Julio Jones injury updates: The latest on Titans WR’s Week 9 status

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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones has been in and out of the lineup so far in 2021, missing a total of three games due to a hamstring issue. Jones was absent once again in Week 8 against the Indianapolis Colts.

Getting Jones back this week will be crucial for the Titans, as the team will be without a large chunk of their offense following the injury to running back Derrick Henry, who is set to miss anywhere from six to 10 weeks.

When on the field, Jones has been quiet. He has just one 100-yard game and has yet to find the end zone. The Titans will need more from their star receiver if they’re going to weather the storm without Henry.

Our first semblance of an actual update will come on Wednesday, when the Titans hit the practice field and release their injury report for the first time.

Keep it locked in right here for every single update pertaining to Jones, which we will provide below (note: newest updates are at the top).

Nov. 3: Jones returns to practice

The Titans only held a walk-through but Jones was present. We’ll see if he’s listed as limited or full once the injury report is released in a little bit.

Nov. 2: Titans WRs coach says Jones is "working diligently"

Nov. 1: Mike Vrabel on Jones: 'We'll see on Wednesday'

During his Monday presser, Vrabel didn’t provide any update on Jones.

“It’s Monday,” Vrabel said. “So, we’ll see where we’re at on Wednesday.”

Wednesday is the first practice of the week for the Titans, and the first time they’ll release an injury report. Any semblance of participation will be a great sign for the veteran.

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