Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th138.9 (3rd)223.9 (21st)
Defense21st104.5 (12th)255.0 (24th)
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56Bates, Daren LB5-1122511/27/19908Auburn
44Beasley, Vic DE6-32467/8/19926Clemson
41Blasingame, Khari RB6-02337/1/19962Vanderbilt
62Brewer, Aaron C6-127410/28/1997RTexas State
48Brinkley, Beau LS6-42601/25/19909Missouri
55Brown, Jayon ILB6-02262/26/19954UCLA
11Brown, A.J. WR6-02266/30/19972Ole Miss
21Butler, Malcolm CB5-111903/2/19907West Alabama
31Byard, Kevin FS5-112128/17/19935Middle Tenn.
99Clowney, Jadeveon OLB6-52552/14/19937South Carolina
94Crawford, Jack DE6-52749/7/19889Penn State
29Cruikshank, Dane DB6-12094/27/19953Arizona
84Davis, Corey WR6-32091/11/19954Western Michigan
64Davis, Nate G6-33169/23/19962Charlotte
92Dickerson, Matt DE6-529211/9/19953UCLA
75Douglas, Jamil G6-43092/28/19923Arizona State
49Dzubnar, Nick LB6-12408/15/19916Cal Poly-S.L.O.
54Evans, Rashaan ILB6-223211/8/19953Alabama
86Firkser, Anthony TE6-22462/19/19953Harvard
 Foreman, D'Onta RB6-12364/24/19963Texas
26Fulton, Kristian CB5-111979/3/1998RLSU
3Gostkowski, Stephen K6-12151/28/198415Memphis
22Henry, Derrick RB6-32471/4/19945Alabama
37Hooker, Amani SAF5-112106/14/19982Iowa
10Humphries, Adam WR5-111956/24/19936Clemson
25Jackson, Adoree' CB5-111859/18/19954USC
35Jackson, Chris DB5-101934/13/1998 Marshall
90Jones, DaQuan DT6-432212/27/19917Penn State
60Jones, Ben C6-33087/2/19899Georgia
33Joseph, Johnathan CB5-111864/16/198415South Carolina
46Kalu, Joshua DB6-02038/28/19952Nebraska
71Kelly, Dennis T6-83211/16/19909Purdue
6Kern, Brett P6-22142/17/198613Toledo
58Landry, Harold OLB6-22526/5/19963Boston College
51Long, David LB5-1122710/12/19962West Virginia
97Mack, Isaiah DT6-12993/19/19962Tennessee-Chattanooga
28McNichols, Jeremy RB5-920512/26/19951Boise State
30Milton, Chris CB5-111909/15/19925Georgia Tech
52Munyer, Daniel C6-13053/4/19923Colorado
91Murchison, Larrell DT6-22974/24/1997RNC State
20Orr, Kareem CB5-111951/2/19971Tennessee-Chattanooga
85Pruitt, MyCole TE6-22453/24/19925Southern Illinois
72Quessenberry, David G6-53108/24/19902San Jose State
14Raymond, Kalif WR5-81828/8/19944Holy Cross
50Roberson, Derick LB6-325011/15/19952Sam Houston State
76Saffold, Rodger G6-53256/6/198811Indiana
70Sambrailo, Ty T6-53113/10/19926Colorado State
98Simmons, Jeffery DT6-43057/28/19972Mississippi State
81Smith, Jonnu TE6-32488/22/19954Florida International
23Smith, Tye CB6-01955/3/19935Towson
87Swaim, Geoff TE6-42609/16/19936Texas
17Tannehill, Ryan QB6-42177/27/19889Texas A&M
24Vaccaro, Kenny SS6-02142/15/19918Texas
15Westbrook, Nick WR6-22113/21/1997RIndiana
79Wilson, Isaiah T6-63502/12/1999RGeorgia
5Woodside, Logan QB6-12131/27/19951Toledo
Injured Players
32Evans, Darrynton (IR) RB5-102037/9/1998RAppalachian State
77Lewan, Taylor (IR) T6-73097/22/19917Michigan
Practice Squad
 Adams, Paul T6-63155/17/19951Missouri
13Batson, Cameron WR5-817512/20/19953Texas Tech
 Borders, Breon CB6-01897/22/19952Duke
53Compton, Will ILB6-12359/19/19897Nebraska
83Hesse, Parker TE6-32615/26/19951Iowa
16Hollister, Cody WR6-421611/18/19932Arkansas
66Kemp, Brandon T6-63171/18/1997RValdosta State
8McCann, Tucker K6-021811/10/1997RMissouri
 Overton, Matt LS6-12437/6/19858Western Washington
57Ray, Wyatt DE6-325010/24/19961Boston College
 Rogers, Chester WR6-01841/12/19945Grambling State
4Siemian, Trevor QB6-322012/26/19916Northwestern
 Skipper, Tuzar LB6-32466/5/19952Toledo
78Tart, Teair DT6-23042/28/1997RFlorida International
Suspended Players
89Hudson, Tommy TE6-52552/22/1997RArizona State
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Position Listing
Rodger Saffold
Saffold (undisclosed) was absent from the team's injury report Thursday, Turron Davenport of reports.

It wasn't clear was was causing Saffold to miss practice time, but he's now presumed healthy and ready to play. The veteran inked a lucrative contract with the Titans in order to take over as the team's starting left guard, so he'll handle duties barring any other injury troubles.

Nick Dzubnar
Dzubnar signed a one-year contract with the Titans on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Dzubnar didn't play a defensive snap all season to go with 332 on special teams, but he ranked third on Chargers with eight special-teams tackles. The 28-year-old will likely assume that same role for the Titans in 2020.

Chester Rogers
Rogers signed with the Titans' practice squad Monday, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.

Rogers spent training camp with the Dolphins but couldn't make the team. With A.J. Brown week to week with a knee bruise, Rogers will add depth to the Titans' receiver corps. Last year with the Colts, the 26-year-old receiver hauled in 16 of 28 targets for 179 yards and two scores.

Jack Crawford
Crawford (illness) has been activated off the COVID-19/reserve list, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Crawford returns to the active roster after logging two weeks on the COVID-19 list. The veteran will now be able to join his new teammates on the field after signing with the Titans earlier this offseason. Crawford has spent time with the Raiders, Cowboys and Falcons since entering the league in 2012, recording 132 tackles and 16 sacks across 93 games in the process.

Stephen Gostkowski
Gostkowski made one of his two field-goal attempts and all three of his extra-point attempts in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Gostkowski was perfect until the final play of the game, when he missed a game-tying 45-yard attempt as time expired. Earlier in the game, he had drilled a 51-yard field goal through the uprights -- his fifth converted kick from 50 or more yards through six games with the Titans. However, he's been inconsistent throughout the campaign, going only 9-for-14 on field-goal attempts for the season. Though the team stuck with Gostkowski through some early-season struggles, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Titans opt to bring in competition leading up to their Week 8 matchup against the Bengals.

Jeffery Simmons
Simmons recorded six tackles, one sack and two quarterback hits in Week 6 against the Texans.

Simmons made life difficult for Deshaun Watson throughout the game. He recorded his sack on third down early in the fourth quarter, forcing the Texans to punt. He also actively disrupted the run game, taking down David Johnson for gains of three or less on four occasions. The second-year player has taken a step up in his role this season, as he now has two sacks and 18 tackles across four games.

Adoree' Jackson
The Titans designated Jackson (knee) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.

The move kicks off Jackson's 21-day window to practice without counting against the 53-man roster. During that time, the Titans can evaluate him to be officially activated at any point. If he excels at practice, it's possible that Jackson could retake the field in time to face Pittsburgh on Sunday.

Knee - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Amani Hooker
Hooker recorded 19 tackles and one tackle for loss across 16 games for the Titans in 2019.

Hooker played consistently as the backup free safety throughout his rookie campaign, working behind Kevin Byard. With Byard under contract with the Titans through the 2024 season, it's unlikely that Hooker will be able to carve out a major role in the team's secondary in the immediate future.

Trevor Siemian
The Titans signed Siemian to the practice squad Monday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Siemian joined the Titans mid-August, but he wasn't able to make it through final roster cuts. Instead, the 2015 seventh-round pick will remain on the practice squad as an emergency option at quarterback.

Derick Roberson
Roberson (knee) is healthy and expected to suit up against the Texans on Sunday, Terry McCormick of reports.

Roberson isn't listed on the injury report after having missed the first five weeks of the season due to a neck issue. He's expected to contribute on special teams and as a depth linebacker versus Houston.

Illness - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Jeremy McNichols
McNichols rushed the ball five times for 51 yards in Week 6 against the Texans. He also added two receptions for 11 yards.

With Darrynton Evans (hamstring) on injured reserve, McNichols had the opportunity to work as the change of pace back for Derrick Henry. He was effective in the role, breaking free for gains of 20 and 10 yards to help keep the offense moving. Though he won't have any value without a forced absence for Henry, McNichols is the clear second-string running back in Tennessee for the time being.

Rashaan Evans
Evans tallied nine tackles in the team's Week 5 win over the Bills.

Evans led the team in tackles, also recording his highest mark of the campaign. He remained on the field for 74 percent of the team's defensive snaps, third among the Titans' linebacker corps behind Harold Landry and Jayon Brown. Through four contests, Evans has 24 tackles and one fumble recovered.

Joshua Kalu
Kalu (undisclosed) will practice Wednesday, and his three-week window to return to the roster will begin, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Kalu now has a chance to suit up Sunday against the Panthers, and the Titans need to deploy him by Week 10 to avoid being forced to shut him down for the season. Once he's ready to go, Kalu is slated for a special-teams role similar to last year.

Nick Westbrook
Westbrook-Ikhine is expected to operate in a reserve role Sunday versus the Texans following news that Adam Humphries (illness) has been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.

Westbrook-Ikhine has played in three games this season and logged a whopping 68 percent snap share in Week 4 with both Humphries and Corey Davis (illness) out. Davis isn't expected to return this week, but Humphries, A.J. Brown and Kalif Raymond will handle a majority of the three-wide sets Sunday.

Daren Bates
Bates was promoted from the Titans' practice squad to the active roster Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

The 29-year-old failed to make Houston's season-opening roster and returned to Tennessee on the practice squad, and he played 23 snaps on special teams while elevated as an extra player for Week 7. Bates spent the previous three years with the Titans, playing only 52 defensive snaps in 45 games.

Breon Borders
The Titans activated Borders from the practice squad COVID-19 list Tuesday, Myles Simmons of the team's official site reports.

Borders will return to team activities after being placed on the COVID-19 list Oct. 8. The Titans have solid depth at cornerback, so Borders will look to keep developing in case injuries surface.

David Long
Long (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

The 2019 sixth-round pick was active for the first five games of the season, but he was mostly limited to special teams and played only 20 total defensive snaps. Long appeared in 14 games as a rookie last year and totaled 15 tackles in a similar role.

Wyatt Ray
Ray signed a contract with the Titans on Thursday.

After joining the league as an undrafted free agent in 2019, Ray spent time on the Texans, Bills and Jets' practice squads. The defensive end recorded 17 career sacks in his tenure at Boston College, including nine sacks through 12 games in 2018.

Daniel Munyer
Munyer re-signed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Thursday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Munyer will give the Cardinals some added depth on the offensive line after beating out two draft picks in training camp last season. He only appeared in one game before landing on injured reserve with a toe injury last November .

Abdomen - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Aaron Brewer
No Updates
DaQuan Jones
Jones (foot) will play in Sunday's divisional game against the Texans, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

It was reported earlier Sunday that Jones was expected to suit up, so this news doesn't come as a surprise. The Penn State product will make his season debut in Week 6, as he's spent most of the season on the COVID-19 list while not practicing. With the Penn State product finally ready to play, it's likely the team will work him into the rotation along side Isaiah Mack at nose tackle for Week 6.

Kevin Byard
Byard posted six solo tackles in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Steelers.

Byard has averaged 5.3 tackles per game and is on pace to tie the career-high 90 stops he posted two years ago, but he's had some variance in his numbers. In three games, he posted six or more solo tackles, but he notched two or fewer in the other three contests.

Jonnu Smith
Smith recorded one reception on four targets for nine yards in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Smith battled an ankle injury throughout the week but managed a full practice on Thursday prior to being active for the Week 7 contest. It's unclear if was held back by the injury or tough matchup, but Smith turned in his second consecutive one-catch performance. Prior to this downturn in production, it appeared Smith was in for a breakout season by recording 13 receptions, 181 yards and three touchdowns in the team's first three games. He'll look to get back on track in Week 8 against Cincinnati.

D'Onta Foreman
Foreman signed with Tennessee's practice squad Monday, Paul Kuharsky of The Midday 180 reports.

Foreman will provide some extra running back depth for the Titans franchise. He has appeared in 11 NFL games, all with the Texans, rushing 85 times for 326 yards and two touchdowns.

Isaiah Wilson
Wilson (illness) does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Steelers.

Wilson missed back-to-back practices to begin the week, but he went through full reps Friday. The rookie first-round pick is on track to make his NFL debut Sunday, though he likely won't start in his first professional action.

Corey Davis
Davis recorded six receptions on 10 targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Davis was active for his first game since Week 3 against Minnesota after landing on the COVID-19 list. He continued to see a consistent number of targets and now has a total of 29 across four contests. Though he didn't work very efficiently -- he averaged only 3.5 yards per target -- Davis made up for it with a four-yard touchdown catch midway through the second quarter. In Week 8, Davis and the Titans will draw a matchup against the Bengals.

Johnathan Joseph
Joseph (illness) did not practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of reports.

Joseph will have plenty of time to recover ahead of Sunday's game in Cincinnati, so there's not yet any reason for serious concern about his availability. The veteran cornerback hasn't yet dipped below 50 percent of defensive snaps this season, and he's recorded a defended pass in four of six games.

Tucker McCann
The Titans signed McCann to the practice squad Sunday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.

McCann predictably lost the kicker competition to Stephen Gostkowski, but he'll stay with the team in case Gostkowski sustains an injury. The undrafted rookie is the only kicker on Tennessee's practice roster.

Paul Adams
No Updates
Parker Hesse
The Titans signed Hesse to the practice squad Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Hesse spent the offseason with the Titans and couldn't secure a roster spot, but he's back with the team to work on the scout team and add depth at tight end, which is especially important since Jonnu Smith is dealing with an ankle injury.

Harold Landry
Landry tallied five tackles, one quarterback hit, one pass defended and one interception in Week 2 against the Jaguars.

Landry recorded his second career interception with 50 seconds remaining in the Titans' 33-30 win over Jacksonville. The ball was batted up in the air at the line of scrimmage, and Landry came down with it after making an athletic diving play. Through two games this season, Landry has totaled nine tackles, one which was for a loss.

Taylor Lewan
Lewan (knee) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The 29-year-old confirmed earlier in the day that he suffered a torn ACL during Sunday's win over the Texans, so the move to injured reserve was only a matter of time. Lewan could be ready for the start of the 2021 campaign if all goes well in his recovery. Corey Davis was activated off the COVID-19 list in a corresponding move.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Chris Milton
Milton signed a one-year deal with the Titans on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Milton was released by the Titans on Wednesday, but has re-signed with the team just one day later. He tied for sixth on the team with five special teams tackles in 2019.

Khari Blasingame
The Titans activated Blasingame (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Blasingame wasn't able to suit up versus Buffalo on Tuesday, but he now looks on track to return for Sunday's tilt against the Texans. The fullback normally contributes only as a blocker on offense and as a special-teams asset.

Kristian Fulton
Fulton (knee) will be sidelined for a few weeks, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.

The rookie second-round pick started the past two games but was limited to 37 defensive snaps against Pittsburgh due to the knee issue. Fulton was set to undergo an MRI, though the specifics of the diagnosis remain unclear. A decision has yet to be made on whether a trip to injured reserve is necessary, which would sideline him for at least three games.

Knee - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 11
Cameron Batson
Batson reverted to the Titans' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log.

The 24-year-old was elevated from the practice squad as an extra player for Sunday's win over the Texans, but he returns to the practice squad after catching his lone target for 13 yards on 20 offensive snaps. Batson has three catches for 39 yards in three games this season and, even if he rejoins the active roster, he's unlikely to be a significant factor in the passing game.

Tye Smith
The Titans elevated Smith to the active roster Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

With Adoree' Jackson (knee) being placed on injured reserve Monday, Smith will add depth to the cornerback corps. Since Jackson is required to miss three games, Smith could retain this role for the rest of September and possibly beyond. However, he'll likely stick to special teams in Monday's matchup versus the Broncos.

Shoulder - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Ben Jones
Jones (concussion) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's contest against the Chiefs.

Jones practiced in full Friday, and he's managed to clear the league's five-step concussion protocol. The 30-year-old veteran will take over as Tennessee's starting center versus the Chiefs on Sunday.

Jayon Brown
Brown posted eight tackles (seven solo), four pass breakups and an interception in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Steelers.

Brown left the field twice to tend to injuries but only missed four defensive snaps. He ended up tying for the team lead in tackles while putting on a remarkable display of his coverage abilities. Brown entered the game with just two pass breakups and no interceptions through the first five games, so this was a welcomed anomaly for fantasy gamers. The fourth-year linebacker is on track for 115 tackles this year, so he should have an appealing floor as an IDP contributor on a weekly basis.

Nate Davis
Davis (leg) was a full participant for Thursday's practice, Turron Davenport of reports.

Davis left a practice last week with leg cramps and had to be carted off the field. As evidenced by this news, it wasn't likely serious, as the 23-year-old is expected to handle starting right guard duties this season.

Adam Humphries
Humphries recorded one reception on three targets for 19 yards in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Humphries was out-targeted by Corey Davis, A.J. Brown and Jonnu Smith for his lowest target total of the season. Though it was the first time he did not command at least six targets in a game, it was also the first time that all of the Titans' prominent pass-catchers were healthy. While still the team's primary slot receiver, it will be difficult to project Humphries for significant volume moving forward.

Concussion - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Derrick Henry
Henry carried the ball 20 times for 75 yards and a touchdown in Week 7 against the Steelers. He also added two receptions for -3 yards.

Henry was bottled up for large portions of the game by the stingy Steelers' run defense. Even so, he managed to break free for big yardage on a few carries, including gains of 17 and nine yards in the fourth quarter. Most importantly, he also found the end zone for the four consecutive game and now has seven on the campaign. Henry will draw a more manageable matchup against the Bengals in Week 8 with the chance to top 100 yards on the ground once again.

MyCole Pruitt
Pruitt (illness) was a full participant during Thursday's practice session, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

The 28-year-old tight end resided on the reserve/COVID-19 list for 12 days beginning Oct. 8th, but he sat out Wednesday's session with an illness immediately after being activated. Whether that stemmed from lingering effects of the virus is unclear, but Pruitt has since been added to the Titans' active roster while adhering to the NFL's COVID-19 protocols. After fielding 25.7 offensive snaps per contest Weeks 1 through 3, Pruitt will now see his first game action since Sept. 27 as Tennessee gets ready to face Pittsburgh.

Larrell Murchison
The Titans selected Murchison in the fifth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 174th overall.

Murchison (6-foot-3, 297 pounds) racked up a career-best 48 tackles and seven sacks as a senior with NC State, where he served as a two-year starter. His quickness and hand technique lend him obvious potential as a rotational pass rusher, but short arms (32 and 3/8 inch) and a lack of explosiveness will likely limit his ceiling in Tennessee.

Tommy Hudson
Hudson (reserve/COVID-19 list) has received a six-game suspension for violation of the NFL's Performance-Enhancing Substances Policy.

Currently a member of the Titans' practice squad, Hudson is yet to make his NFL debut. The 23-year-old tight end from Arizona State registered 10 catches and 112 receiving yards during his final collegiate season, but it will be at least a month and a half until he makes his first regular-season appearance.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 11 at Baltimore
Jamil Douglas
Douglas (hand) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.

Before Week 2's game versus the Jaguars, Douglas was a full participant during the Wednesday practice but was ultimately inactive at game time. It's possible he downgrades yet again ahead of Sunday's matchup versus Minnesota. He's simply a reserve lineman if he does suit up.

Malcolm Butler
Butler recorded seven tackles, one tackle for a loss and two interceptions in Week 5 against the Bills.

Butler finished second on the team in tackles, his second highest mark of the season. However, he made his mark on the game with two interceptions, including his first of the campaign. The first came on the Bills' initial offensive possession, which set up a short touchdown drive for the Titans. His second pick came late in the third quarter and he turned up field for a 68-yard return -- setting up another score for Tennessee. Butler has been active in coverage early this season, racking up six passes defended along with 25 tackles across four contests.

Kalif Raymond
Raymond recorded three receptions on four targets for 32 yards in Week 6 against the Texans.

Raymond stepped up in the absence of Corey Davis (COVID-19) again, though he clearly worked behind Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown. His first catch came in the team's first possession and went for six yards. However, his most notable contribution came early in the second quarter, when he picked up 20 yards on a deep pass from Tannehill that ultimately set up a touchdown for the team. Raymond continues to fill the role of deep threat for the Titans, as he has four receptions of 20 yards or more through five contests this season.

Matt Overton
Overton was waived by the Chargers on Monday.

Overton was signed by the Chargers last week to potentially serve as a replacement long snapper, but Cole Mazza (illness) is apparently healthy enough to play Monday.

Ty Sambrailo
Sambrailo agreed to terms Wednesday with the Titans on a one-year contract, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

Sambrailo will bolster the Titans' depth at right tackle following the departure of Jack Conlkin. The 28-year-old spent the last three seasons in Atlanta, appearing in 44 games (six starts).

Isaiah Mack
No Updates
Geoff Swaim
Swaim recorded two receptions on three targets for 10 yards in Week 6 against the Texans.

Swaim saw an increased role with the early exit of Jonnu Smith (ankle). He was on the field for 49 offensive snaps, good for a 65 percent rate of the team's offensive plays. With MyCole Pruitt (COVID-19) currently unable to suit up, Swaim could be the Titans second tight end if Smith's ankle prevents him from returning to action for a Week 7 matchup against the Steelers.

Cody Hollister
Hollister reverted back to the Titans' practice squad Wednesday, per the NFL's official transaction page.

With both Corey Davis and Adam Humphries on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the team enlisted the help of Hollister via the practice squad for Tuesday's game. In the win over the Bills, the Arkansas product suited up in 27 of 66 offensive snaps while chipping in one catch for 12 yards. Hollister will look to get another shot on a 53-man roster in Tennessee or elsewhere should injuries or illness occur.

Will Compton
Compton was waived by the Titans on Monday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Compton appeared in five games this season and had six total tackles while mostly playing special teams. The 31-year-old likely will fill a similar role if he's able to latch on elsewhere.

Logan Woodside
Woodside officially won the backup quarterback job after the team cut Trevor Siemian, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.

Woodside's steady performance throughout training camp impressed the team enough to stick on the roster. A former seventh-round pick, this is the first time Woodside has been on an active NFL roster. Siemian is a candidate to join the team's practice squad.

Jadeveon Clowney
Clowney (knee) is not participating in Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of reports.

Clowney sustained his injury during Sunday's loss to the Steelers, but he was able to quickly return to the field after getting looked at on the sideline. That seems to bode well for the defensive end's chances of playing Week 8, though he'll likely need to resume practicing at some point in order to face the Bengals.

Teair Tart
No Updates
A.J. Brown
Brown tallied six receptions on eight targets for 153 yards and one touchdown in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Brown had only one reception at the close of the first half, but erupted late in the game to top 100 receiving yards for the first time this season. His longest reception play of the day came on a 73-yard touchdown early in the third quarter that kickstarted a Titans rally. Brown remained active after the long score, connecting for receptions of 21, 20 and 17 yards -- all of which came in the fourth quarter. Brown appears to be fully healthy after battling a knee injury early on and will draw a positive matchup in Week 8 against the Bengals.

Kenny Vaccaro
Vaccaro recorded 11 tackles, one sack, two tackles for a loss, two passes defended and a quarterback hit in Week 2 against Jacksonville.

Vaccaro was all over the field in Week 2, recording his first sack of the campaign. He also tied for the team lead with 11 tackles -- his first time reaching double-digit takedowns since 2017. Vaccaro has served as a major piece of the Titans' secondary through two games by notching 17 total tackles, three of which have been for a loss.

Vic Beasley
Beasley (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.

Beasley missed the first two games of the season, but barring a setback, he'll make his Titans debut versus the Vikings on Sunday. It's to be determined how much work Beasley will get right away since the Titans signed Jadeveon Clowney, who can play DE or OLB. However, the 2015 first-round pick should get plenty of tread on passing downs coming off an eight-sack season with the Falcons.

Chris Jackson
Jackson (hamstring) was listed as a full participant on Wednesday's practice estimate, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

The Titans didn't practice Wednesday due to COVID-19 concerns, but once team activities resume, expect Jackson to participate without limitations. The rookie seventh-rounder played at least 50 percent of snaps in Weeks 1 and 2 before sitting out Week 3 due to a hamstring injury. His gameday role likely will depend on whether Adoree' Jackson (knee) returns from IR.

Dennis Kelly
Despite re-signing with the Titans this offseason, Kelly will likely have to compete for the starting right tackle job with first-round pick Isaiah Wilson, Turron Davenport of reports.

Kelly received a hefty three-year, $21 million contract to remain in Tennessee this offseason and was projected to be the starting right tackle after the departure of Jack Conklin. However, he may be shifted to a reserve role after the selection of Wilson, who should be a strong run blocker from the beginning of his career. A backup role would not be new for Kelly, as he has appeared in 88 games across eight seasons in the NFL but has started just 31 contests.

Ryan Tannehill
Tannehill completed 18 of 30 pass attempts for 220 yards and two touchdowns in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Tannehill attempted only 11 passes for a total of 50 yards and a touchdown in the first half. However, with the Titans down 24-7, he was forced to turn to the air regularly in the comeback effort. Though the team fell short due to a missed field goal by Stephen Gostkowski, Tannehill racked up an additional touchdown and 170 yards in the final two quarters. A large portion of that production came on a 73-yard completion to A.J. Brown that reached the end zone midway through the third quarter. Though it was a down performance for Tannehill, he has still managed multiple touchdown passes in five of six contests this season. He and the Titans will draw a Week 8 matchup against the Bengals.

David Quessenberry
The Texans promoted Quessenberry from the practice squad Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

A sixth-round draft pick of the Texans in 2013, Quessenberry has yet to make his NFL debut, with a prolonged battle with cancer primarily responsible for disrupting his career. After being declared cancer-free earlier this year, Quessenberry was able to resume his career and looks like he'll now get his long-awaited opportunity to play for Houston over its final two games. He'll likely serve in a depth role at guard.

Brett Kern
Kern signed a four-year, $12.55 million deal with the Titans on Thursday.

Kern was entering the final year of his contract but the Titans opted to secure his services for the foreseeable future. The 33-year-old averaged 47.1 yards per punt in 2018 with a 41.7 net, and has made the Pro Bowl each of the past two seasons.

Undisclosed - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Beau Brinkley
The Titans activated Brinkley from the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Brinkley should be available for Tuesday's game against the Bills if the game is played as planned. The 30-year-old is expected to resume long-snapping duties.

Brandon Kemp
No Updates
Anthony Firkser
Firkser recorded two receptions on two targets for seven yards in Week 7 against the Steelers.

Coming off the best game in his career, Firkser predictably lost targets due to the return of Jonnu Smith (ankle). In addition to Smith, the Titans also welcomed back Corey Davis (COVID-19), further burying Firkser as a priority for targets. So long as the team's pass-catching corps remains healthy, it will be difficult to trust Firkser to see consistent volume moving forward.

Tuzar Skipper
Skipper signed a two-year extension with the Steelers on Monday, Ray Fittipaldo of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

Skipper began the season with the Steelers but was waived and claimed by the Giants before being waived again and rejoining the Steelers. The 24-year-old ended up appearing in six games -- all with New York -- and had three total tackles, a half-sack and a fumble recovery.

Matt Dickerson
Dickerson re-signed with the Titans on Monday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Dickerson has now been waived and resigned twice by the Titans in the last two weeks. The 23-year-old has played in two games and has one assisted tackle on 24 defensive snaps.

Dane Cruikshank
Cruikshank (undisclosed) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

The 25-year-old was placed on injured reserve at the end of training camp with the undisclosed issue, but he'll join the active roster ahead of the Week 7 matchup with the Steelers. Cruikshank played only 77 defensive snaps over his first two seasons in the league and figures to primarily work on special teams again in 2020.

Groin - Questionable for Week 9 vs. Chicago
Darrynton Evans
Evans (hamstring) has been placed on IR, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

Evans, who was forced out of Tuesday's game against the Bills, thus will be forced to miss at least three games with his hamstring injury. In Evans' upcoming absence, Jeremy McNichols is in line to handle change-of-pace work behind top back Derrick Henry.

Hamstring - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Kareem Orr
The Titans waived Orr on Saturday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

This was Orr's second stint with the Titans. He played in the last two games, recording nine tackles (eight solo), though he gets cut once again in order to make room for defensive tackle Joey Ivie.