The Titans announced on Friday that they waived-injured tight end Brett Brackett. Brackett appeared in seven games for the Titans during the 2014 season but ended his season on IR after sustaining an injury to his knee on Dec. 14 against the Jets.
The Titans placed tight end Brett Brackett (knee) on injured reserve and promoted tight end Matthew Mulligan from the practice squad, the team announced.
Titans tight end Brett Brackett suffered a knee injury during Sunday's win over the Jets, according to the Tennessean. Ken Whisenhunt was uncertain of the extent of Brackett's injury, per the report. Brackett has no receptions this season. His status for Thursday's game against Jacksonville remains uncertain.
The Titans remain hopeful that tight end Delanie Walker will play Monday night against the Steelers. Walker is working his way back from a concussion and has yet to be medically cleared to play. If Walker is unable to suit up for Week 11, the team will likely rely on Chase Coffman, Richard Gordon and Brett Brackett, according to the Tennessean. All three have combined for only two receptions this season. "Chase showed in the preseason … what he's been able to do in the passing game," offensive coordinator Jason Michael said. "The other two guys are able to help us in the run game. That (tight end) position has grown, so you have to do a little of everything – a little running back, a little offensive tackle and a little receiver."
Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst, wide receiver Kris Durham, running back Antonio Andrews, cornerback Brandon Harris, tackle Will Svitek, tight end Brett Brackett and defensive tackle Sammie Lee Hill were all ruled inactive Week 10 at Baltimore.
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