Titans designate A.J. Brown for return from IR

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The Titans may be getting wide receiver A.J. Brown back in the lineup this week.

Brown has been designated for return from injured reserve. Brown missed the last three games with a knee injury, but still leads the club with 46 catches and 615 receiving yards. He is one of three players with three receiving touchdowns.

The Titans would always be happy to welcome Brown back to the lineup and Julio Joneslatest hamstring injury would make his return all the more significant for the Titans against the 49ers on Thursday night.

The Titans also designated cornerback Chris Jackson to return from injured reserve. He’s missed three games with a foot injury and has 31 tackles in nine appearances for Tennessee.

Defensive back Elijah Molden went on the COVID-19 reserve list to round out the day’s moves.

2 responses to “Titans designate A.J. Brown for return from IR

  1. Man, do they need him. Nobody aside from D’Onta Foreman is doing ANYTHING on offense for the Titans. A gimpy A.J. Brown would be miles better than anybody else they have on the roster. Julio Jones is useless. Somebody in the front office thought Anthony Firkser could take Jonnu Smith’s place (looking at YOU, JRob). Also should have kept Corey Davis. Yes, I know he’s out in New York, but I’m confident he wouldn’t be in Tennessee. At any rate, he would be another talent among the walking wounded. The people who said the Titans can’t win w/o Derrick Henry are being proven right, but it’s not all Henry’s absence that’s causing the problems. The running game is more than effective, there’s just nobody healthy on the roster who can threaten defenses in the passing game. If they don’t get healthy, quick, fast, and in a hurry, they aren’t going anywhere in the playoffs.

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