Vaccaro (concussion) was a full practice participant Wednesday, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports. The veteran safety missed Sunday's win over the Ravens due to the concussion, but he's set to return to the field for Week 12. Vaccaro missed only a handful of snaps this season before being inactive Sunday, and he has 56 total tackles, one sack and four passes defensed in nine games.
Vaccaro (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Ravens, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Vaccaro was on the injury report earlier in the week with a neck injury, and now he's been placed in the league's concussion protocol, ruling him out for Week 11. The veteran safety is an integral part of the Titans' secondary, and Amani Hooker should be the main beneficiary of Vaccaro's absence. Vaccaro will look to return for next week's divisional clash against Indianapolis.
Vaccaro had eight tackles (five solo) during Thursday's 34-17 loss to the Colts. Vaccaro's tackle total was second only to fellow safety Kevin Byard (10) for the Titans. However, the 29-year-old has been held below five tackles in three of his last five games, and he's still looking for his first interception or forced/recovered fumble of the season. Though he's a three-down player in Tennessee's secondary, Vaccaro's fantasy ceiling in IDP formats is somewhat limited.
Vaccaro recorded 11 tackles, one sack, two tackles for a loss, two passes defended and a quarterback hit in Week 2 against Jacksonville. Vaccaro was all over the field in Week 2, recording his first sack of the campaign. He also tied for the team lead with 11 tackles -- his first time reaching double-digit takedowns since 2017. Vaccaro has served as a major piece of the Titans' secondary through two games by notching 17 total tackles, three of which have been for a loss.
Vaccaro logged six tackles, one tackle for a loss and one pass defended in Week 1 against Denver. Vaccaro finished second on the team in tackles, most notable of which was a two-yard loss when he tackled Melvin Gordon out of the backfield in the third quarter. He was also credited for a pass breakup on a throw intended for Jerry Jeudy one play later. Vaccaro was one of three Titans defensive players to remain on the field for 100 percent of the team's plays, illustrating his importance to the unit.
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