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Oct 23, 2022 0 0 0 0
Oct 9, 2022 1 7 7 0
Oct 2, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 25, 2022 0 0 0 0
Sep 19, 2022 1 5 5 0 -2

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2022 8 78 9.75 0.00
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Not on track for Week 12 return

    Head coach Mike Vrabel said Tuesday that he doesn't expect to see Philips (hamstring) at practice this week ahead of Sunday's game versus Cincinnati, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Although Philips is now technically eligible to rejoin the 53-man roster after spending the Titans' past four games on injured reserve, he'll probably have to wait until at least Week 13 at Philadelphia to be activated. Even once he's back, the rookie fifth-round draft pick doesn't have a clear path to consistent playing time as long as Treylon Burks, Robert Woods and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine remain healthy.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Hitting IR

    Philips (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Philips showed up on Tennessee's injury report last Friday with an ankle issue, which left him inactive in Week 7 against the Colts. The injury will now keep him sidelined for at least the next four games. With Treylon Burks (toe) also on IR, the Titans' receiving corps will consist of Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Cody Hollister and newly signed Chris Conley.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Out for Week 7

    Philips (hamstring) is out for Sunday's matchup against the Colts, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Philips picked up the hamstring injury during the Titans' week of practice and could log only a limited session Friday. He'll be held out of his second game this season, as he also missed Week 3 due to a shoulder issue. Cody Hollister could see an increased role, though the Titans' pass volume will likely be too low for Hollister to see many targets.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Tending to hamstring issue

    Philips is listed as questionable Sunday against the Colts due to a hamstring injury, John Glennon of SI.com reports. Philips already has missed one game this season with a shoulder issue, and his status for Week 7 now is in peril after he logged a limited practice Friday due to a new health concern. If he's able to suit up this weekend, he'll be well behind the Titans' top wide receivers, Robert Woods and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, even with rookie Treylon Burks (toe) on injured reserve.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Makes one catch

    Philips recorded one reception on two targets for seven yards in Sunday's 21-17 win over the Commanders. Philips saw a jump in his snap rate due to the absence of Treylon Burks (toe), but he was still relatively uninvolved in the offense. Since recording six catches for 66 yards in his first game as a pro, Philips has only two receptions for 12 yards across his last three matchups.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: No catches in return

    Philips failed to catch his only target in Sunday's 24-17 win over the Colts. Philps returned from a one-game absence due to a shoulder issue, though he played only two offensive snaps. He also began the season serving as the Titans' punt returner, but he has ceded those duties to Robert Woods in recent weeks.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Status in question for Sunday

    Philips (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Indianapolis, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Philips has been dealing with a shoulder issue for three weeks running, playing 23 percent of snaps on offense Week 2 before sitting out this past Sunday versus the Raiders. He was limited in all three practices this week, even donning a non-contact yellow jersey at Friday's session. The status of the rookie fifth-round pick will be confirmed, one way or another, about 90 minutes before Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Another limited practice

    Philips (shoulder) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' officials site reports. Philips, who was inactive for last week's win over the Raiders after heading into the contest listed as doubtful, sported what Wyatt described as a "yellow caution jersey" during Wednesday's session. Unless the rookie fifth-round pick is able to practice fully by Friday, he'll likely approach Sunday's game against the Colts with an injury designation.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Out against Raiders

    Philips (shoulder) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Philips logged three limited practices leading up to the Titans' Week 3 matchup. However, he'll miss his first game of the season, which should ensure that Treylon Burks and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine see the field plenty. Philips' absence will also likely push Amani Hooker into primary punt-return duties.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Remains limited Thursday

    Philips (shoulder) was a limited practice participant Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Although the Titans didn't hold a full Wednesday practice, Philips' estimated participation level was listed as limited for that day as well. Two limited practices would normally have a player on track to play going into Friday practices, so as long as the rookie's shoulder avoids any setbacks he should be on track to suit up against Las Vegas on Sunday, even if limited to some extent.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Key error in blowout loss

    Philips recorded one reception on one target for five yards in Monday's 41-7 loss to the Bills. Philips was among the Titans' most targeted pass catchers in Week 1, but he was an afterthought in Monday's blowout loss. He also muffed a punt midway through the third quarter, which led directly to a Bills touchdown. Philips was removed from his role as punt returner thereafter, but it remains to be seen if there will be playing time repercussions for his mistake moving forward.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Suits up Monday

    Philips (shoulder) is listed as active for Monday night's game against the Bills. Philips approached the contest listed as questionable after logging limited practice listings Friday and Saturday, but he'll give it a go Monday. In the process, the 2022 fifth-rounder will look to build off a six-catch, 66-yard effort (on nine targets) in his NFL debut Week 1. It remains to be seen if he'll maintain such volume Week 2, with Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Treylon Burks also in the Titans' wide receiver mix, but if Philips can keep up the pace in the coming weeks, he'll merit attention in PPR formats.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Questionable for Monday

    Philips (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Bills, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Philips logged two straight days of limited participation in practice thanks to a shoulder injury. The rookie was the most productive of any of the Titans' wide receivers in Week 1, tallying six receptions for 66 yards on just 31 offensive snaps. If Philips is unable to play, expect Robert Woods, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Treylon Burks to shoulder the majority of the offensive load.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Sneaky Sleeper (Lineup Decisions)

    A slippery route runner in the same mold as Hunter Renfrow, Philips is a waiver-to-lineup pass-catcher who should contend with another 12-point PPR game. I'd chance it with him over Devin Duvernay, Tyler Lockett and Renfrow himself.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Practices in non-contact jersey

    Philips (shoulder) was limited in practice Friday. Philips ramped up his activity after sitting out Thursday's practice entirely, but he sported a non-contact jersey, per Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site. The rookie generated some fantasy buzz after leading the Titans with 66 receiving yards in his NFL debut, but fantasy managers relying on him Week 2 will have a dearth of options if Philips is unable to suit up, as the Titans won't face the Bills until Monday.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    We keep waiting for Treylon Burks to emerge as the alpha receiver for the Titans based on the preseason, or for Robert Woods to step up as the go-to guy for Ryan Tannehill. But what if that never happens, and Philips is just the best Fantasy receiver for Tennessee all year? He had a strong preseason, and that carried over to Week 1 against the Giants with six catches for 66 yards on nine targets, all of which were team highs. He could emerge as a quality Fantasy asset in PPR, and he's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Week 2 Adds (WR Preview)

    Philips dominated targets for the Titans and now faces a game script against the Bills that could lead to a lot more pass volume. While we all expect Treylon Burks to eventually be the team's No. 1 it's hard to ignore the offseason and Week 1 that Philips had.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Catches six passes in opener

    Philips logged 31 of a possible 65 snaps on offense in Sunday's season-opening 21-20 loss to the Giants en route to catching six of his team-high nine targets for 66 yards. Though Philips was outsnapped by both Robert Woods (46 snaps) and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (44 snaps), it was he and fellow rookie Treylon Burks (24 snaps, five targets) who were QB Ryan Tannehill's most-targeted options in Week 1. Though Woods and Westbrook-Ikhine could pick up the pace in Week 2, Philips' showing in Tennessee's opener puts the 2022 fifth-rounder on the PPR radar ahead of next Monday's contest against the Bills.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Contending for slot role

    Philips has impressed in the slot during training camp and could open the season as Tennessee's starting slot receiver, John Glennon of SI.com reports. Gelnnon points out that Robert Woods (knee) and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine can both play the slot as well, but they could both be ticketed for roles on the outside if rookie first-round pick Treylon Burks (undisclosed) isn't ready to start right away. Philips, who was a fifth-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft out of UCLA, is thus involved in an indirect competition for playing time with his rookie teammate.
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  • Titans' Kyle Philips: Only impact on special teams

    Philips failed to bring in his only target and returned two punts for 16 yards in the Titans' 23-10 preseason loss to the Ravens on Thursday night. The rookie fifth-round pick drew the second target of the night on the opening drive from Malik Willis, but that was the extent of his involvement on offense. Philips did muster a 13-yard return when the Ravens were forced to punt on their first drive, yet he wasn't able to carry over any of the momentum he'd generated as a receiver in recent camp practices. The UCLA product will need to have much more of a presence on offense beginning with the Titans' next exhibition matchup against the Buccaneers a week from Saturday night to make his case for slotting in a WR corps that also includes Robert Woods, Treylon Burks and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine.
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