Jackson (knee) is active for Sunday's game versus the Lions.
Jackson has finally shaken off the knee injury that has held him out for the entire season thus far. The fourth-year cornerback practiced in a limited fashion all week, and there is a chance he's not ready for a full workload yet. Jackson's return should nevertheless improve the Titans' secondary immediately, as he allowed just 395 yards and one touchdown in coverage over 11 games last year.
Jackson (knee), who is questionable for Sunday's game against Detroit, is expected to suit up, Austin Stanley of AtoZ Sports Nashville reports.
Jackson has yet to take the field in 2020 due to the knee issue, so this is positive news for the USC product. Last season for the Titans, Jackson racked up 45 tackles (39 solo) and six pass breakups through 11 games. The official word on Jackson's status should come about 90 minutes prior to kickoff, when inactives are released.
Jackson (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Jackson has yet to see the field this season but could make his 2020 debut this weekend. If he's cleared to play, it's unknown how much of a defensive role the 25-year-old will have in his first game action of the season.
Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Jacksonville, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.
The 25-year-old was able to practice as a limited participant this week, though he won't be making his season debut Sunday. Jackson was activated from injured reserve in early November but continues to work his way back from the knee injury he sustained just before the season opener.
Jackson (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Jackson is still looking to make his 2020 debut, as he hasn't yet suited up despite having returned from IR in early November. He'd been a nonparticipant up to this point, however, so Jackson handling limited reps actually represents a tangible step in the right direction.
Jackson (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Browns, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.
Jackson returned from IR on Nov. 11 but has yet to make his 2020 debut. In fact, he didn't practice at all this week, and it remains a mystery when he'll be ready to play. His next opportunity will be in the Week 14 clash against Jacksonville.
Jackson (knee) will remain sidelined for Sunday's matchup with the Colts, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports.
Jackson's absence will mark his third straight game missed since being activated off injured reserve. He will now set his sights on a potential return in Week 13 versus the Browns.
Jackson (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
The Titans activated Jackson from IR on Nov. 11, but he still isn't ready to retake the field. The 25-year-old's next chance to play will come Nov. 29 versus the Colts.
The Titans activated Jackson from injured reserve Wedensday, but he won't play in Thursday's game against the Colts, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Wednesday marked the last day that the team could activate Jackson off IR, so it's a positive sign that he'll at least return this season. Jackson will have plenty of time to rest and recover before attempting to make his return to the lineup for Week 11 against the Ravens.
Jackson (knee) won't play Thursday against the Colts even if activated from injured reserve Wednesday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
The 21-day window to be activated from injured reserve ends Wednesday, so if the 25-year-old isn't activated, he'll revert to season-ending injured reserve. Assuming he is activated, Jackson will have Tennessee's bye in Week 11 to help get up to speed before the next game Nov. 22 at Baltimore.
Jackson (knee) is expected to be activated from injured reserve this week, though there's no guarantee he's available for Thursday's game against the Colts, Joe Rexrode of The Athletic reports.
The 25-year-old was designated to return from injured reserve Oct. 21, so he's reaching the end of his 21-day practice window to be activated before reverting to injured reserve for the rest of the season. Coach Mike Vrabel said Jackson will be evaluated again Wednesday, but barring a setback, it's difficult to imagine him not being activated after he was considered a game-time decision for Sunday's win over the Bears.
The Titans didn't activate Jackson (knee) from injured reserve Saturday, so he won't suit up Sunday versus the Bears, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Jackson has practiced for three weeks now, but the team doctors have decided to keep him sidelined for another game. If Jackson's not activated by Wednesday, he'll be shut down for the season. That's not expected to be in the plans, however, as the 2017 first-round pick was considered a game-time decision for Sunday's contest, indicating that he's near full health. It appears Desmond King, whom the Titans acquired via trade from the Chargers on Tuesday, will have an immediate role in the Titans' defense, and Chris Jackson should continue to handle a decent workload as well.
Jackson (knee) is a game-time decision for Sunday's game versus the Bears, and he'll need to be activated from IR by Saturday in order to play, Joe Rexrode of The Athletic reports.
The Titans cut cornerback Johnathan Joseph earlier in the week, signaling that Jackson could be back for this Sunday's game. However, his status is still uncertain, although he'll likely play if he's activated by Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET. If Jackson's ruled out again, however, he'll have until Wednesday to be lifted from IR, or else he'll be shut down for the rest of the season.
Jackson (knee) wasn't activated from IR for Sunday's game versus the Bengals, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Jackson has yet to play this season, and while he was designated to return last week, the team still hasn't activated him. He'll need to be lifted from IR before the Week 9 matchup against Chicago or else he'll be shut down for the rest of the season. Malcolm Butler and Johnathan Joseph will continue to start at cornerback while rookie Chris Jackson rotates in.
The Titans designated Jackson (knee) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
The move kicks off Jackson's 21-day window to practice without counting against the 53-man roster. During that time, the Titans can evaluate him to be officially activated at any point. If he excels at practice, it's possible that Jackson could retake the field in time to face Pittsburgh on Sunday.
Jackson (knee) won't be activated from IR ahead of Tuesday's game versus the Bills, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Jackson hasn't returned to practice yet, so it'll likely be at least another week before he's ready to return to game action. Johnathan Joseph and Malcolm Butler are both expected to start once again while Chris Jackson rotates in on passing downs.
The Titans placed Jackson (knee) on injured reserve Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Jackson was already ruled out for Week 1, and this news ensures he won't be back until Week 4's matchup against the Steelers at the earliest. This is a major loss for the Titans' secondary. Jackson averaged 53 defensive snaps per game over 11 contests last year, and he recorded 45 tackles and six pass breakups. Johnathan Joseph is expected to start at cornerback in Jackson's place for the time being.
Jackson (knee) was ruled out for Week 1 against the Broncos, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Jackson was added to the injury report Friday and was quickly ruled out one day later. It's unclear how he sustained the injury, but Jonathan Joseph and Kristian Fulton will be required to step up in his absence.
Jackson (knee) was added to the injury report and was a limited practice participant Friday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
There were no details on how the injury was sustained, though the fact that Jackson was still able to practice is promising. Nonetheless, his status for the team's opening contest is now in question. Rookie Kristian Fulton could be tested immediately if Jackson is unable to suit up.
Jackson has performed well in coverage against A.J. Brown early in camp, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Jackson has matched up against the team's top receiver and played him physically early in camp. He's been credited with several pass breakups, most recently during practice on Tuesday. Jackson will be counted on to step up in Tennessee's secondary this season due to the departure of Logan Ryan.
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