Amaro (quad) was a full participant at Thursday's practice. Amaro briefly appeared on the injury report this week with a quad issue, but that lasted just one day after he was only limited during Tuesday's practice. Even though he now has a clean bill of health, Amaro hasn't seen any offensive snaps since Week 12 against the Bears.
Amaro was limited in Wednesday's practice due to a quad injury. This is the first time Amaro has appeared on an injury report with his quad injury and it's unclear how he was injured. He was a coach's decision inactive in Week 16 and his status for Week 17 won't have much of an impact on the offense. His practice status the rest of the week will provide a better indication of his health for Sunday's tilt against Houston.
Amaro (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's Week 16 tilt versus the Jaguars. The pass-catching tight end will thus take a seat once again, leaving the positional duties to starter Delanie Walker and backup Philip Supernaw.
Amaro (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports. Amaro was active for the Titans' previous game against the Bears in Week 12, but failed to see any involvement in the passing game. He'll sit this week in favor of Phillip Supernaw, who will serve as the Titans' third tight end.
Amaro (coach's decision) is listed as inactive Sunday against the Browns. Amaro was able to escape this week's injury report, so it looks like he'll be a healthy scratch for the home matchup against Cleveland. Delanie Walker and Anthony Fasano will serve as the primary tight ends for the 2-3 Titans in the afternoon contest.
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