Titans WR A.J. Brown missed practice Thursday with a bone bruise in his knee, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. The injury reportedly puts Brown in danger of not only missing Sunday's game against the Jaguars but "possibly beyond." Schefter reports he's likely to be week to week. We'll see where this goes, but it sounds like you need to plan to miss Brown from your Week 2 fantasy football lineups.
Titans WR Corey Davis missed practice Wednesday with a hamstring issue. That's the same injury that limited him at the start of last practice week, but Davis finished with a pair of full workouts and then played against the Broncos (racking up a 7-101 receiving line). We'll keep an eye on Davis, but this seems like maintenance 2 days after a late game out west. WR A.J. Brown was a limited participant, listed with a knee issue. We'll watch him as well but aren't currently concerned.
Titans HC Mike Vrabel announced Monday that WR Corey Davis is in the concussion protocol. That makes him iffy for this weekend's must-win game against the Texans. Davis' absence would open up a few extra looks for WR A.J. Brown, WR Tajae Sharpe and TE Jonnu Smith.
Titans WR Adam Humphries (ankle) is out for Sunday’s game against the Texans. A.J. Brown, Corey Davis and Tajae Sharpe will again serve as Tennessee’s top 3 WRs. Even in the plus matchup, Brown is the only one that can be trusted in Week 15 fantasy lineups.
Titans WR Corey Davis (hip) missed practice all week and is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chiefs. His absence will push more targets to WR A.J. Brown, WR Adam Humphries and TE Jonnu Smith.
The Titans added Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown with the 51st pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. Brown consistently out-produced D.K. Metcalf throughout their time in Oxford, finishing with more catches and yards per game both in 2018 and for their careers. Brown broke out with a 75-1,252-11 line as a true sophomore in 2017. He set new personal bests with 85 grabs and 1,320 yards this past season. Brown brings positional versatility, spending most of his college career in the slot before successfully moving to the outside for the 2nd half of 2018. And while he's not quite as big and athletic as Metcalf, Brown checked into the Combine at 6’1, 226 pounds and registered a 76th percentile SPARQ score. He joins a Titans WR corps alongside Corey Davis and Adam Humphries. This pick doesn’t bode well for Taywan Taylor’s future in Tennessee.