Titans vs Colts: Tuesday Injury Report

We have an accelerated schedule this week with the Titans hosting the Colts on Thursday night.

Expect both teams to take it easy this week as they gear up for the quick turnaround. Neither team has held a real practice, with both teams sending out “walkthrough” injury reports for Monday and Tuesday of this week.


WR A.J. Brown (Knee)DNPFull
OLB Jadeveon Clowney (Knee/Illness)DNPFull
S Dane Cruikshank (Groin)DNPDNP
WR Adam Humphries (Concussion)DNPDNP
T Dennis Kelly (Knee)DNPDNP
CB Chris Milton (Hamstring)DNPDNP
TE MyCole Pruitt (Knee/Ankle)DNPDNP
G Rodger Saffold (Shoulder)LimitedFull
*Walkthrough (estimated report)


A.J. Brown practiced in full on the team’s “second” practice day of the week for the first time since the lead-up to Week 1 at Denver (he’s been using Thursdays as a maintenance day).

Jadeveon Clowney was also a full participant after missing last weekend’s game against Chicago. Rodger Saffold left that game with a shoulder injury, but he seems on track to play Thursday night after putting in a full participation Wednesday.

Dennis Kelly continues to manage a knee injury that he’s played through all season. Dane Cruikshank and Chris Milton played on Sunday but haven’t practiced yet this week. It’s unclear if they were injured in last week’s game or simply resting in preparation for Thursday. We’ll have to wait for further clarification on Wednesday.

Adam Humphries and MyCole Pruitt will likely miss this contest. Humphries continues to recover from a brutal concussion while Pruitt works through a sprain suffered against the Bears (Tom Pelissero reported the injury wasn’t as serious as initially thought).


LB Matthew Adams (Not injury related)DNPDNP
TE Mo Alie-Cox (Knee)DNPLimited
TE Jack Doyle (Concussion)DNPDNP
WR T.Y. Hilton (Groin)FullFull
*Walkthrough (estimated report)


The Colts are relatively healthy entering this Thursday night game. Matthew Adams, T.Y. Hilton, and Mo Alie-Cox are all trending towards being available. Jack Doyle is the only player who’s status is really in jeopardy after he suffered a concussion against Baltimore on Sunday.

Indianapolis will obviously be without players on Injured Reserve: safety Malik Hooker and running back Marlon Mack, who suffered season-ending Achilles injuries earlier this year, as well as wide receiver Ashton Dulin.

Although receiver Parris Campbell is eligible to return this week, it doesn’t appear he will be back.

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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