INDIANAPOLIS _ There is a sign in the back of one of the end zones in Lucas Oil Stadium that says “It takes all of us.”
Punter Brett Kern was activated from injured reserve by the Tennessee Titans and will punt Sunday in Indianapolis as the club made a flurry of roster moves ahead of their AFC South showdown with the Colts.
The unusual saga that has been the rookie season of Titans first-round pick Isaiah Wilson remains in limbo even as the club's offensive line is decimated by injuries.
The Tennessee Titans' win at Baltimore on Sunday came at a heavy price with the loss of starting linebacker Jayon Brown for the season and possibly the loss of tackle Ty Sambrailo for an extended period as well.
Derrick Henry's walk-off 29-yard touchdown run in overtime culminated an improbable comeback that gave Tennessee a 30-24 victory over the host Baltimore Ravens and helped solidify the Titans as a contender in the AFC.
Outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney, who had already been declared out of Sunday's game with Baltimore, will now miss at least the next three games as the Titans placed him on injured reserve with a knee injury.
According to a league source, the Tennessee Titans will sign quarterback Deshone Kizer to their practice squad after losing Trevor Siemian to the New Orleans Saints' active roster on Friday night.
When the Tennessee Titans last traveled to Baltimore in January, they accomplished the monumental task of stopping NFL Most Valuable Player Lamar Jackson with a defense that sought many times to string Jackson out and contain him as a runner.
In regards to Derrick Henry’s drop in carries, Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill said Wednesday in his media session that the move has been by design to make sure that the bell cow back isn't overworked.
The Tennessee Titans have waived veteran punter Ryan Allen, which indicates that they will go forward with Trevor Daniel, who struggled against the Indianapolis Colts last Thursday night.
When Sunday’s games were finished, the Tennessee Titans found themselves still the with same 6-3 record, having played and lost to Indianapolis on Thursday night.
Special teams showed the way, but make no mistake, the defense and the offense all had a big hand in the Tennessee Titans second-half collapse that led to a 34-17 whipping by the Indianapolis Colts in prime time on Thursday…
The Tennessee Titans have finally activated cornerback Adoree' Jackson onto the 53-man roster as today was the deadline for his 21-day window to decide his fate. However, Jackson will not play Thursday night vs. the Indianapolis Colts
Thursday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts could go a long way toward determining just how the AFC South race will shake out this season. A Titans victory would put two games between them and the Colts with a rematch…
The Tennessee Titans had two key players back in what amounts to their only practice of the week in preparation for Thursday night’s showdown with the Indianapolis Colts.
For the first time in a while, the Titans defense made a positive contribution as Tennessee jumped to a big lead and claimed a 24-17 victory over the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
The Tennessee Titans made a flurry of roster moves ahead of Sunday's game with Chicago, adding cornerback Desmond King officially to the roster and signing veteran punter Ryan Allen from the tryouts on Saturday.
The Tennessee Titans head into Sunday's game on a two-game losing streak and with several key injuries and issues. As they get ready to face the Chicago Bears, here are the Titans' keys to victory:
Much like Vic Beasley’s release, Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson said Wednesday that the releases of long snapper Beau Brinkley and cornerback Johnathan Joseph were dictated by their recent performances, which had been lacking.