Report: Titans expect to have A.J. Brown, Taylor Lewan against Bills

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Everyone on the Titans has had an extended break since their last game, but wide receiver A.J. Brown has been out of action longer than most of his teammates.

Brown has been out with a knee injury since the first game of the regular season. He was listed as questionable to play on the injury report the team released over the weekend. Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone reports that Brown is expected to play against the Bills.

Brown had five catches for 39 yards against the Broncos in Week One.

Kuharsky reports that left tackle Taylor Lewan is also set to play. He was listed as questionable with a shoulder injury. No other Titans players has an injury designation for the game.

7 responses to “Report: Titans expect to have A.J. Brown, Taylor Lewan against Bills

  1. Titans could possibly return some additional players from COVID list around 3 CT today. So far, DT Daquan Jones and LS Beau Brinkley are already back.

    Others that have a chance (they would have had to have been asymptomatic plus two negative tests at least 24 hours apart) would be LB Kamalei Correa, CB Kristian Fulton, WR Adam Humprhies, WR Cam Batson, DT Jeff Simmons, and FB Khari Blasingame.

    Simmons has tweeted something today supporting his teammates so I suspect he will not be one of the ones that make it back today. However, I do expect them to activate some of these players since they brought Jones and Brinkley back over the weekend.

  2. unclebluck says:
    October 13, 2020 at 1:06 pm
    Good thing they are available….the Titans are going to need them…
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    Are you trying to tell me that an NFL team, in a game against another NFL team, will need some of their good players? Bro, riveting stuff.

  3. This whole Titans Covid process is beyond farcical. Should’ve played Sunday when they were missing key players, but are given two extra days for recovery and now those players are back in… Titans should only be able to select players who were good to go on Sunday!

  4. COVID-19 attacks the lungs so I don’t expect many of the Titans players to be 100% in this game. The Bills should win with relative ease.

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