Durden will not be active for Saturday's matchup with the Redskins due to a coach's decision, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Durden just rejoined the Titans after being let go Dec. 1 following a five-game stint with the team. He was expected to provide depth in the secondary, but will now be watching from the sidelines.
The Titans signed Durden from their practice squad on Tuesday.
Durden's spot on the active roster comes following the placement of fellow cornerback Logan Ryan (lower leg) on injured reserve. The 26-year-old was previously active for five games with the Titans this season, including his NFL debut, and rejoins the 53-man roster after having been let go Dec. 1. Expect Durden to play a depth role in Tennessee's secondary, and take most of his snaps on special teams.
Durden was waived by the Titans on Saturday.
Durden made his NFL debut with the Titans this season but was active for only five games despite being on the roster for all but one game. The 26-year-old will look to latch on elsewhere or could sign with the practice squad.
Durden will re-sign with the Titans, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Durden was waived Saturday to make room for Wisconsin product Tyler Marz. It's unsure how the 26-year-old corner will fit in with the 53-man roster moving forward. Perhaps Tennessee will carve out a special-teams role for the Youngstown State product.
Durden was waived by Tennessee on Saturday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
Durden was waived to make room for Tyler Marz, who was promoted from the practice squad. The former Giant will look to stick with another team as a depth cornerback or special teams player.
The Giants waived Durden on Friday, the Giants' official site reports.
Durden's contract with the Giants lasted less than a week before the team elected to cut ties again, opening a spot for the addition of Leonard Johnson. Assuming he goes unclaimed through waivers, Durden will be available to latch with another club.
Durden signed a contract with the Giants on Sunday, Dan Duggan of The Athletic New York reports.
Durden was released by the Giants earlier this month, but he's being brought back as added depth in the wake of rookie Sam Beal's shoulder injury.