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Top Kyle Philips News

  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Expected to practice next week

    Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said Friday that he expects Philips (knee) to begin practicing next week, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

    Philips opened the season on injured reserve with an MCL injury but will be eligible to make his season debut in Week 5 against the Colts. The slot receiver isn't on fantasy radars outside of the deepest of formats, but once healthy, Philips could unseat Nick Westbrook-Ikhine for the No. 3 wideout role behind DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks (knee).

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Officially on IR

    Philips (knee) was placed on injured reserve by the Titans on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

    As a result, Philips, who is bouncing back from an MCL injury, will miss at least the first four games of the coming season. Once the 2022 fifth-rounder is back in action, he should have an opportunity to claim a key role of of the slot with the Titans. In Philips' looming absence, Chris Moore and/or Nick Westbrook-Ikhine are candidates to see added reps alongside top WRs DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Moved to IR

    The Titans are expected to place Philips (knee) on injured reserve prior to Week 1, Turron Davenport of reports.

    Once the transaction becomes official, Philips will be ineligible for the first four games of the season, with Oct. 8 at Indianapolis marking his earliest possible date for a 2023 debut. The 2022 fifth-round pick played only four games as a rookie while battling shoulder and hamstring injuries, but earlier this summer he seemed to have a shot at roles as the No. 3 receiver and punt returner. Philips' absence could leave return work available for undrafted rookie Kearis Jackson, while veterans Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Chris Moore are more likely to pick up snaps on offense.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: No timetable for return

    Philips, who injured his MCL during the Titans' second preseason game on Aug. 19, continues to miss practice, Nick Suss of the Tennessean reports.

    The report notes that Philips was sporting a knee brace in the locker room Monday. He also doesn't have a timeline for his return and is taking things "day-by-day" until he's ready to get back on the field. At this stage, Philips' Week 1 status is cloudy, but it's possible there will be added context on that front after the Titans announce their moves in conjunction with Tuesday's deadline to set their initial 53-man roster. While Philips remains sidelined for now, fellow WR Treylon Burks (knee) was able to return to practice Monday. If one or both are out or limited come Week 1, Chris Moore and/or Nick Westbrook-Ikhine would be candidates to see added reps alongside top pass-catching option DeAndre Hopkins.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Remains sidelined

    Philips (knee) remained sidelined during Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of reports.

    Philips suffered a MCL injury during Saturday's preseason game against the Vikings, and while the Titans haven't outlined a timetable for his return to action, Paul Kuharsky of suggests that the wideout could miss up to six weeks. With Treylon Burks (knee) dealing with a sprained LCL, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and/or Chris Moore are candidates to see added opportunities alongside DeAndre Hopkins as long as Burks and Philips continue to miss time.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Reportedly suffers MCL injury

    Philips suffered an MCL injury during Saturday's game against the Vikings, Paul Kuharsky of reports.

    We'll await further details from the team, but Kuharsky suggests that Philips could miss some time as a result of the issue. With Treylon Burks dealing with a sprained LCL, the Titans wide receiver depth behind DeAndre Hopkins is currently taxed. In the event that one or both of the injured pass catchers are out or limited at the start of the regular season, added work would be available for Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and/or Chris Moore.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Injures knee Saturday

    Philips suffered a knee injury during Saturday's preseason game at Minnesota, Turron Davenport of reports.

    Prior to his departure midway through the first quarter, Philips had one punt return for two yards. Neither DeAndre Hopkins nor Treylon Burks (knee) suited up Saturday, so the Titans' remaining available wide receivers are Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Racey McMath, among others.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: In punt return mix

    Philips is listed as the top punt returner on the Titans' initial unofficial depth chart, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

    Meanwhile, Philips is listed behind top wideouts DeAndre Hopkins and Treylon Burks, who are listed as being backed up by Chris Moore and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. That said, we'd expect Philips, a 2022 fifth-rounder, to see his share of snaps out of the slot this coming season after being limited to eight catches (on 13 targets) for 78 yards in four games as a rookie. In that context, if the UCLA product can avoid injuries, he could emerge as a fantasy option in deeper PPR formats in 2023.

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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Favorite for slot role

    Philips projects as the Titans' primary slot receiver entering OTAs, Mike Moraitis of USA Today reports.

    Philips was a standout in training camp and the preseason of his rookie season, though his 2022 campaign was ultimately derailed by shoulder and hamstring issues. Back to full health, Philips should have a relatively clear path to the slot role in Tennessee, as the team failed to make substantial additions to its wide receiver corps during the offseason while also losing Robert Woods. In addition to being unproven, Philips could be held back as the team often turns to two tight-end sets, and the offense still runs through Derrick Henry.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 189 lbs
Birthplace: Las Vegas, NV
Age: 24
School: UCLA
Experience: 2