Titans WR Rishard Matthews (hamstring) is inactive for today’s game against the Texans. Corey Davis, Eric Decker and Taywan Taylor will again serve as the top 3 WRs in a plus matchup.
Titans WR Rishard Matthews was on the field running routes and catching passes before Thursday's practice, according to ESPN's Turron Davenport. "He looked fine running routes and even jumped up to catch a couple of errant throws," Davenport tweeted. Matthews remains on the PUP list with an undisclosed injury that's bothered him since the spring, but it sounds like he's getting closer to 100%. A healthy Matthews will go back to being a value at his 11th-round ADP.
Titans beat writers revealed Monday that WR Rishard Matthews is on the PUP list. Matthews has been on it since he arrived at camp, but his status wasn't announced with teammates on the list because he had a different report date, according to Paul Kuharsky. There's still no clarity on exactly what Matthews' injury is or how long we should expect him to be out. Second-year wideout Taywan Taylor has been generating some positive buzz early in camp and could make life tougher for Matthews' target outlook once he returns.
Titans WR Rishard Matthews has missed the first few days of training camp with an undisclosed injury. He also sat out a chunk of spring workouts, presumably with the same issue. We'll continue to look for details on what's ailing Matthews. It's still July, so we're not moving him down the WR rankings yet. But this has become a situation to monitor. Matthews' absence during the season would open up a big opportunity for 2nd-year WR Taywan Taylor.
Titans WR Rishard Matthews (hamstring) isn't listed on the final injury report. He practiced all week, including full workouts on Thursday and Friday. The hamstring isn't a concern, but Matthews might see Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson when he lines up outside the numbers this weekend. Matthews at least runs about one third of his routes from the slot.
Titans WR Rishard Matthews (hamstring) was a full-go in Thursday's practice. He's set to return for this weekend's game against the Cardinals. It's unclear if CB Patrick Peterson will shadow Matthews on the outside, but he should at least avoid Peterson in the slot, where he's run 34% of his routes this season.
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