Firkser caught his only target of the game for 11 yards in Sunday's 34-10 win over the Patriots.
Firkser was hauled down just shy of the end zone on his lone catch, but did set up a two-yard touchdown run by Derrick Henry that put the Titans up 24-10. Since being promoted to the active roster October 8, Firkser has made three catches for 36 yards.
Firkser hauled in both of his targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 21-0 loss to the Ravens.
Sunday was a memorable day for Firkser, as he made both his first regular-season appearance and reception. He was signed from the team's practice squad Oct. 8 after bouncing around with the Jets and Chiefs earlier in his career. Though the Titans' tight ends aren't particularly impressive, Firkser still figures to slot in behind both Jonnu Smith and Luke Stocker at the position moving forward.
Firkser was waived by the Titans in September before joining the team's practice squad soon after. He's appeared in one game this year, and will likely provide depth at tight end behind Jonnu Smith and Luke Stocker.
Firkser was waived by the Titans on Monday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Unfortunately for the Harvard product, a strong preseason campaign wasn't enough to keep Firkser around in Nashville. There's a good chance he'll wind up elsewhere given his impressive play leading up to the regular season.
Firkser's preseason was highlighted by a five-catch, 68-yard performance during the Titans' third preseason tilt against the Steelers. Tennessee elected to keep four tight ends on the roster, so Firkser could be primarily limited to snaps on special teams during the early stages of the regular season.
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