NASHVILLE – The Titans have designated cornerback Elijah Molden to return to practice from the team's Injured Reserve list.
The move opens his 21-day window to be activated, and Molden can begin practicing today.
A third-round draft pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, Molden was placed on Injured Reserve back on September 9 after missing a long stretch of practices because of a groin injury.
As a rookie in 2021, Molden appeared in 16 games with seven starts. He ranked fifth on the team and first among Titans rookies with 60 tackles and one interception for a touchdown. Additionally, Molden was credited with six quarterback pressures, three tackles for a loss, four passes defensed, one forced fumbled, one fumble recovery and two stops on special teams.
The Titans return to action on Sunday at the Kansas City Chiefs.