List of absent Titans grows on Thursday injury report

Here are the second round of injury reports out of Nashville and Baltimore for this week’s upcoming matchup:


OLB Jadeveon Clowney (Knee)DNPDNP
WR Corey Davis (Not Injury Related)DNPFull
WR Adam Humphries (Concussion)DNPDNP
CB Adoree Jackson (Knee)DNPDNP
CB Chris Jackson (Illness)DNPDNP
C Ben Jones (Knee)DNPDNP
DL Larrell Murchison (Rib)DNPDNP
TE MyCole Pruitt (Knee)DNPDNP
G Rodger Saffold (Ankle)DNPDNP
T Dennis Kelly (Knee)LimitedDNP
RB Senorise Perry (Knee)FullFull
WR A.J. Brown (Knee)DNP
CB Kareem Orr (Groin)Limited
S Kenny VacarroLimited


It’s an even longer list of names for the Titans on Thursday, as A.J. Brown took his typical off day, and Kareem Orr and Kenny Vacarro were added to the report.

The players who stand a legitimate chance to miss Sunday’s game are, in my opinion, Adam Humphries (almost certainly will not play), MyCole Pruitt (still recovering from a knee sprain), and Adoree Jackson, whose presence is most desired.

Friday’s injury report will be more revealing.


DE Calais Campbell (Calf)DNPDNP
DB Anthony Levine Sr. (Not Injury Related)DNPFull
CB Jimmy Smith (Ankle)DNPLimited
DT Brandon Williams (Ankle)DNPDNP
OT Orlando Brown (Not Injury Related)LimitedFull
LB L.J. Fort (Finger)FullFull
RB Mark Ingram (Not injury related)DNP
OLB Pernell McPhee (Not injury related)DNP
QB Trace McSorely (Not injury related)DNP


Aside from left tackle Ronnie Stanley and blocking specialist Nick Boyle, both on injured reserve, the Ravens are fairly healthy. Two big injuries that could be key in this game are to the defensive front. Calais Campbell and Brandon Williams are both expected to miss Sunday’s contest. That could be huge for the Titans rushing attack.

Author: Justin GraverPerhaps best known as @titansfilmroom on Twitter, Justin Graver has been writing and creating content about the NFL and the Tennessee Titans for nearly a decade as a longtime staff writer (and social media manager) for the SB Nation site Music City Miracles. Although JG no longer writes for Broadway Sports, his Music City Audible podcast with co-host Justin Melo continues.

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