KALAMAZOO, MI - Corey Davis' contract season resumes this week, as the Tennessee Titans activated their former No. overall pick from the reserve/COVID-19 list on Monday. Davis, the former Western Michigan star wideout and current NCAA career receiving yards leader, went on the reserve/COVID-19 list on Oct. 7 amid a team-wide coronavirus outbreak that sent 13 players to the list between Sept.
Titans coach Mike Vrabel said Lewan will go on injured reserve and that he was disappointed for the veteran. Sambrailo is the likeliest to replace Lewan moving forward and noted the veteran settled down after the sack. We’ll see what’s best for the team and try to move forward with what the next guy in there, and Ty’s played a bunch in that backup role here in the first five games, Vrabel said.
During the Tennessee Titans’ game against the Houston Texans in Week 6, head coach Mike Vrabel made a bold decision that ultimately gave his side a huge advantage in their 42-36 win over Houston. The Titans were on defense and trailing by one point with 3:05 left to go in the game. On a second-and-1 play with the Texans at the Titans’ 25-yard line, Vrabel decided to intentionally send an additional player onto the field, and get penalized for having too many men on the field.
The Tennessee Titans could be fined for the way they handled a COVID-19 outbreak within the organization, according to a report from ESPN on Monday. The network reported that the NFL has completed its review of the Titans' response to the outbreak, which started in September and stretched into October. The Titans had at least 24 players or staff members test positive for COVID-19 and needed to reschedule a pair of games because of it.
In the two games – both Tennessee victories – Brown took on a large role, playing the most snaps out of anyone at the linebacker position, with 134 snaps. Brown had 12 tackles and one forced fumble over those two games. Dickerson played for the third time all season in Tuesday’s win over the Buffalo Bills, getting his first two tackles of the season.
This year's Tennessee Titans Mr. Football ceremony will be put on pause until after the TSSAA football state championship games this season because of the coronavirus pandemic. It marks the first time that has occurred. This year's presentation will be held Dec. 8, three days after the final football state champion is crowned.
When it comes to paying big money to running backs, there’s a concern that they won’t earn it once they get it. Titans running back Derrick Henry got it, and he’s definitely earning every penny of it. The modern-day Jim Brown (Tony Dungy compares Henry instead to Earl Campbell) received a four-year, $50 million contract [more]
The Titans lost left tackle Taylor Lewan for the season with a torn ACL, but the injury news considering tight end Jonnu Smith is more promising. Smith injured his ankle in the first half of Tennessee’s 42-36 overtime victory and did not return to the game. He ended the day with one catch for 13 [more]
The Buffalo Bills welcomed back starting cornerback Tre’Davious White for their game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. White is active after a back injury kept him out of a 42-16 loss at Tennessee on Tuesday. Starting receiver John Brown is also active after missing the Tennessee game because of a knee injury.
|@||Denver||W||16 - 14|
|vs||Jacksonville||W||33 - 30|
|@||Minnesota||W||31 - 30|
|vs||Buffalo||W||42 - 16|
|vs||Houston||W||42 - 36|