Titans vs Lions Thursday Injury Report: Kristian Fulton practices in full

Thursday’s injury report brings mostly good news for the Titans and continued concern for some of Detroit’s key players. Let’s get into it…

Titans

PlayerWednesdayThursdayFridayStatus
T Dennis Kelly (Knee)DNPDNP
G Rodger Saffold (Toe)DNPDNP
DT Jeffery Simmons (Knee)DNPFull
TE Geoff Swaim (Ankle)DNPDNP
S Kenny Vaccaro (Illness)DNPLimited
WR A.J. Brown (Ankle)LimitedDNP
CB Kristian Fulton (Knee)LimitedFull
CB Adoree Jackson (Knee)LimitedLimited
C Ben Jones (Knee)LimitedFull
RB Derrick Henry (Not Injury Related)Limited

THOUGHTS

Simmons, Jones, and even Fulton all returned to full participation. Vaccaro was back in a limited fashion. The coaching staff appears to have given Henry some time off today, and I’d assume the same is true for A.J. Brown.

The players to keep an eye on are Kelly, Saffold, and Swaim. We’ll have to see what happens on Friday.

Jackson was on the field as part of the scout team again. His return will likely be delayed at least another week. I would expect we see him practice in full multiple days in a row before he makes his return.

Fulton’s full participation is the most promising development of the day. It’d be great to get him back against Detroit and give him as many live reps as possible, for his own development.

Lions

PlayerWednesdayThursdayFridayStatus
LB/FB Jason Cabinda (Illness)DNPFull
OL Tyrell Crosby (Ankle)DNPDNP
WR Kenny Golladay (Hip)DNPDNP
DL Da’Shawn Hand (Ankle)DNPDNP
C Frank Ragnow (Throat)DNPDNP
CB Darryl Roberts (Hip)DNPDNP
QB Matthew Stafford (Rib/Right Thumb)DNPDNP
DT John Penisini (Shoulder)LimitedLimited
RB Adrian Peterson (Forearm)LimitedFull
S Tracy Walker (Shoulder)LimitedFull
DE Austin Bryant (Thigh)FullFull
S C.J. Moore (Ankle)FullFull

THOUGHTS

The key players to watch for Detroit are QB Matthew Stafford, C Frank Ragnow, and WR Kenny Golladay. I touched on all three guys in yesterday’s report, but none of the three appear on track to play this weekend.

Much more tangible information to come tomorrow…

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