The Titans made four roster moves on Monday.
The Tennessee Titans announced four roster moves on Monday, one of which included the parting of ways of kicker Josh Lambo, who was waived from the active roster.
This appears to be good news for the Titans, as it likely means kicker Randy Bullock is ready to return after a one-game absence. Lambo missed one of his four extra point tries in Week 11 but did not attempt a field goal.
And, with nobody being added in Lambo’s place on the roster, it leaves the Titans with an open spot. The hope is rookie wide receiver Kyle Philips, who is eligible to return from injured reserve this week, eventually takes that spot.
In addition to that move, the Titans waived tight end Anthony Auclair from the practice squad and added both wideout Chris Conley and offensive lineman Eric Smith.
Tennessee will host the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 12, with kickoff set for noon CDT on Sunday.
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The Titans have also placed DB Lonnie Johnson on injured reserve.
The Tennessee Titans have made four moves ahead of their Week 11 matchup against the Green Bay Packers on “Thursday Night Football”.
The team announced it has placed defensive back Lonnie Johnson on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury. Taking his spot on the roster is wide receiver C.J. Board, who has been promoted from the practice squad.
Board made his Titans debut last week and served as the team’s punt returner. He had a few nice returns and downed one of Ryan Stonehouse’s punts at the five-yard line.
In addition to those moves, the Titans are elevating defensive backs Greg Mabin and Davontae Harris from the practice squad for Week 11.
Harris joined the team this week, while Mabin is a familiar face after having played in five games for the Titans in 2021.
Tennessee and Green Bay will kickoff from Lambeau field at 8:15 p.m. EDT. You can check out all the viewing and listening information below.
A look at the Titans’ roster entering their Week 10 matchup against the Broncos.
The Tennessee Titans are preparing for a Week 10 battle against the Denver Broncos in which they will be short-handed; what else is new?
The Titans have a total of four defensive starters ruled out for Week 10 in Jeffery Simmons, Bud Dupree, Amani Hooker, and Zach Cunningham, who has since been placed on injured reserve, and another is questionable in cornerback Kristian Fulton.
There is some good news for once, though. The Titans look set to get back quarterback Ryan Tannehill, and wide receiver Treylon Burks and cornerback Elijah Molden have been activated from injured reserve.
With all the injuries, the Titans will once again have to dig deep into their depth in order to fill the voids. Here’s a look at what they have to work with.
A look at what the Titans have to work with going into Week 9 against the Chiefs.
With the Tennessee Titans set to take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 9 of the 2022 NFL campaign, it’s time to take one last look at Tennessee’s roster going into this all-important conference matchup.
The Titans will once again be short-handed this week, as is always the case the past few years. The Titans will be without Amani Hooker and Elijah Molden, who was not activated from injured reserve.
Jeffery Simmons, Bud Dupree and Ryan Tannehill are all questionable, but Simmons and Dupree are on the more optimistic side of the tag. Simmons played last week despite not practicing, and Dupree has an illness.
Tannehill, on the other hand, is a true game-time decision, and he might be playing through pain even if he does suit up, which could limit his mobility. Malik Willis will get the nod if Tannehill sits.
Here’s a look at what the Titans have to work with on their roster, which includes one open spot, and practice squad for the game against the Chiefs, as well as the list of wounded for Tennessee, from injured reserve to the PUP list.
A look at the Titans’ roster ahead of the Week 8 game against the Texans.
The Tennessee Titans will have their second divisional game in as many weeks when they meet the Houston Texans in Week 8 at NRG Stadium.
As is seemingly always the case the past two years, the Titans have no shortage of injury concerns going into this one.
Not only are Jeffery Simmons and Ryan Tannehill questionable, but Rashad Weaver has been ruled out.
The good news is that two starters who have missed multiple games in a row, Nate Davis and Zach Cunningham, will both return for this contest, providing some much-needed reinforcements.
As far as how the Titans are going to plug their other holes created by injury, they’re once again going to have to dig deep and ask for backups to step up.
With all that in mind, here’s a look at Tennessee’s complete roster going into Week 8, from the 53-man squad all the way down to the PUP list.
A look at the Titans’ 53-man roster, practice squad and injured lists going into Week 7.
The Tennessee Titans are coming out of their bye in Week 7 and will face the Indianapolis Colts in what will be the final meeting between these two teams in 2022.
Tennessee got the better of Indianapolis in Week 4, winning 24-17. Now, the Titans will look for their fifth straight win over the Colts, and second straight season sweep.
Earlier this week, the Titans made four roster moves, including the addition of two players and subtraction of one on the practice squad, as well as an addition to the 53-man roster.
Now, a look at the entire roster, from the 53-man squad all the way down to the physically unable to perform list, going into the Week 7 game against Indianapolis (note: an asterisk denotes a new addition).
A look at the Titans’ 53-man roster, practice squad, and IR and PUP lists at the bye.
The Tennessee Titans are enjoying their bye week in Week 6 after notching their third straight win in Week 5 over the Washington Commanders.
With the win, combined with a Jacksonville Jaguars loss, the Titans moved to 3-2 and into sole possession of first place in the AFC South.
Coming out of their bye, the Titans will have yet another crucial divisional matchup against the Indianapolis Colts. Tennessee won the first meeting in Week 4, 24-17.
As Titans fans take a break after what has been a stressful five weeks, here’s a look at the team’s 53-man roster, practice squad, and injured reserve and PUP lists at the bye.
The Titans revealed their first unofficial depth chart for the regular season on Monday.
On Monday, the Tennessee Titans released their unofficial depth chart for the 2022 season-opener against the New York Giants.
In the unofficial depth charts during the offseason, multiple starting positions had players separated by slashes, indicating there was a competition for the spot.
But in the first unofficial depth chart of the regular season, those slashes have since been removed, showing us who won what spot — and, admittedly, one of those positions came out differently than what we had in a recent starting defense projection.
With the way the Titans move players around and rotate them in and out, you can’t get too crazy over where guys currently stand on this latest version of the depth chart, but there are some interesting takeaways nonetheless.
First we take a gander at the unofficial depth chart released by Tennessee and then the biggest takeaways from it, along with some other minor notes.
Our projection for how the Titans’ starting defense will look in Week 1.
The Tennessee Titans’ defense was thrown a major curveball this week after the team’s sack leader from 2021, and one of its most important pieces overall, outside linebacker Harold Landry, suffered a torn ACL.
Now, the Titans are faced with the unenviable task of having to fill Landry’s shoes, which will be incredibly difficult to do, especially with the injury coming so close to the start of the season.
Prior to Landry’s injury, the biggest question mark was at cornerback, where 2021 first-round pick Caleb Farley and 2022 second-round pick Roger McCreary competed during the offseason.
McCreary certainly gave Farley a run for his money, but did he do enough to secure the starting spot opposite Kristian Fulton going into Week 1?
Here’s a look at how we think things will shake out there, and for the rest of the defense when the regular season begins on Sept. 11 (note: included in this projection is the slot cornerback, hence there are 12 players listed).
A look at the Titans’ projected starting offense going into Week 1.
It’s Sunday, which means we are just one week away from Tennessee Titans football returning to our lives.
The Titans enter the 2022 campaign with plenty of question marks on the roster, most of which come from the offensive side of the ball as the team looks to integrate several new faces.
Outside of Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, the Titans have completely revamped their receiving corps., and the team is set to have two new starters on the offensive line, also.
With all that in mind, let’s take a look at how things will likely shake out at the start of 2022 with the Titans’ starting group on offense.