28 CB Cody Riggs
35 DB Curtis Riley
52 LB Aaron Wallace
79 G Sebastian Tretola
83 WR Harry Douglas
88 TE Jace Amaro
96 DL Al Woods
Titans coach Mike Vrabel held a press conference on Monday as the team returned from its bye weekend. Let's take a look at the hot topics discussed at today's presser as the team turns its attention to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
This designation opens up a 21-day window for all three players to practice with the team, and they will not count against the team's 53-man roster until being activated from Injured Reserve.
Behind starter Ryan Tannehill and Woodside, the Titans also have quarterback Kevin Hogan on the team's practice squad. With Woodside on the COVID list, Hogan served as the team's No.2 quarterback against the Patriots, and he played in a handful of snaps at the end of the game.
Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt dives into the mailbag for another batch of questions from fans.
Four Hall of Famers spoke up in favor of former Titans running back Eddie George getting HOF consideration. All four players played in George's era, and agreed his impact on the game should put him in greater consideration for the game's greatest honor.
The Titans are in a pretty good spot at the bye week, currently with a record of 8-4, and a two-game lead over the Colts (6-6) in the AFC South. The Titans also own the tiebreaker, and they currently hold the No.3 seed in the AFC behind the Ravens (8-3) and Patriots (8-4) in the race for the playoffs.
A third-round pick by the Titans in the 2021 NFL Draft out of Georgia, Rice has played in 10 games for the Titans this season, with four starts.
Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt tackles another round of questions in the latest edition of the Titans mailbag.
The Titans lost to the Patriots 36-13 on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. On Monday, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel talked reporters at Saint Thomas Sports Park as the team heads into the bye week.
Meanwhile, the Titans activated linebacker Joe Jones from the Reserve/COVID-19 list. Also on Monday, the Titans waived quarterback DeShone Kizer from the team's practice squad.
The Titans lost 36-13 to the Patriots on here on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt takes a look at at six things that stood out in the contest.