Tajae Sharpe

#19 WR / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 4YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 194 lb Age: 24 College: Massachusetts Bye 11

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Losing slot work to Humphries

    The Tennessee Titans signed slot man Adam Humphries to a four-year, $36 million contract to join Tajae Sharpe (ankle), Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor in their receiving corps, Erik Bacharach of The Nashville Tennessean reports.Given that he took most of his snaps from the slot in 2018 while producing just 6.7 yards per target, Sharpe may have a tough time getting on the field in 2019, potentially even landing in a battle for his roster spot this summer. Heading into the final year of his rookie contract, Sharpe at least figures to be back at full strength after he was limited by an ankle injury throughout much of last season. With Humphries locked in for slot work, Sharpe presumably hopes to push Taylor for outside snaps.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Stymied by injury

    Tajae Sharpe was not targeted before exiting Sunday's 33-17 loss to the Colts with an ankle injury.Sharpe concluded his 2018 season in disappointing fashion as he continued to battle an ankle injury that has cost him productivity throughout much of the second half of the season. When healthy, he has shown the ability to command targets -- he had three games with six or more -- and work as an intermediate option in the Tennessee Titans' passing attack. However, after missing all of 2017 due to a foot injury, his durability emerges as a concern. He'll get another chance to be a key to the Titans' passing attack in 2019, likely battling with Taywan Taylor for the secondary receiving role behind Corey Davis.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Exits with possible ankle injury

    Tajae Sharpe was removed from Sunday's game against the Colts with an apparent injury to his left leg/ankle, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.Sharpe may have aggravated the same ankle injury that's been bothering him for the past two months. He had one target and no receptions at the time of his exit midway through the second quarter. Darius Jennings and Cameron Batson are both candidates for more work if Sharpe doesn't return.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Ready to go Sunday

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game versus the Colts.Sharpe has been plagued by an ankle injury for the better part of the past two months, and his contributions to the box score have suffered as a result. As evidence, he has just 10 catches (on 22 targets) for 94 yards and one touchdown over the last eight games. On a positive note, the visit to the end zone occurred during the Tennessee Titans' first matchup of the campaign with the Colts in Week 11.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Limited with ankle injury

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Sharpe has been playing through the ankle issue since early November, catching just 10 passes in eight games since a Week 8 bye. His own injury is far less of a concern than quarterback Marcus Mariota's elbow injury.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Active Saturday

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) is active for Saturday's game against the Redskins, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Sharpe will manage to take the field Saturday despite failing to practice in any capacity Tuesday through Thursday. The second-year receiver has struggled to gain much traction since the Titans' Week 8 bye, recording 10 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown in the ensuing seven games.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Questionable for Week 16

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Redskins, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.Sharpe didn't practice in any fashion Tuesday through Thursday, casting doubt in his ability to gain clearance for Week 16. Even if he plays this weekend, Sharpe can't be deployed in lineups with much confidence after nabbing only 10 passes for 94 yards and a touchdown over the last seven games combined.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Not practicing again

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) wasn't spotted at Thursday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.A non-participant in practice for the second straight day, Sharpe is looking uncertain to be available for Saturday's tilt with the Redskins. The Tennessee Titans will reveal shortly after practice whether Sharpe will carry a questionable or doubtful designation into the contest or be ruled out. In a weak Tennessee passing attack, Sharpe looks like the clear No. 3 receiver these days with Corey Davis still locked in atop the depth chart and Taywan Taylor (11 receptions for 180 yards on 17 targets over the past three games) taking on increased prominence of late.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: No practice Wednesday

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Sharpe has yet to practice this week due to an ankle injury that he's been nursing since Week 10. While he's been able to play through it in the past, his participation -- or lack thereof -- at Thursday's practice will likely be enlightening regarding his status for Saturday's matchup with Washington. Even if he does take the field, Sharpe won't make for a reliable fantasy option after tallying only 94 yards across seven games since the team's Week 8 bye.

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    Titans' Tajae Sharpe: Held out with ankle injury

    Tajae Sharpe (ankle) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's injury report due to an ankle issue, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Since the right ankle injury was first introduced during Week 10 prep, Sharpe has been able to play through it, logging between 69 and 92 percent of the offensive snaps the first four games before falling back to 33 and 56 percent in the last two outings. However, his production has been nearly non-existent during this stretch -- nine catches (on 21 targets) for 94 yards and one TD -- so it's difficult to rely on the third-year wideout with the injury still in tow.