|Offense||30th||98.5 (22nd)||164.2 (30th)|
|Defense||8th||123.2 (26th)||214.7 (5th)|
|17||Batson, Cameron||WR||5-8||175||12/20/1995||R||Texas Tech|
|21||Butler, Malcolm||CB||5-11||190||3/2/1990||5||West Alabama|
|31||Byard, Kevin||FS||5-11||212||8/17/1993||3||Middle Tennessee|
|78||Conklin, Jack||T||6-6||308||8/17/1994||3||Michigan State|
|44||Correa, Kamalei||LB||6-3||241||4/27/1994||3||Boise State|
|84||Davis, Corey||WR||6-3||209||1/11/1995||2||Western Michigan|
|94||Johnson, Austin||NT||6-4||314||5/8/1994||3||Penn State|
|90||Jones, DaQuan||DT||6-4||322||12/27/1991||5||Penn State|
|64||Kline, Josh||G||6-3||300||12/29/1989||6||Kent State|
|58||Landry, Harold||LB||6-2||252||6/5/1996||R||Boston College|
|28||Lewis, Kendrick||DB||6-0||205||6/16/1988||8||Ole Miss|
|91||Morgan, Derrick||LB||6-4||261||1/6/1989||9||Georgia Tech|
|85||Pruitt, MyCole||TE||6-2||245||3/24/1992||2||Southern Illinois|
|36||Sims, LeShaun||CB||6-0||203||9/18/1993||3||Southern Utah|
|81||Smith, Jonnu||TE||6-3||248||8/22/1995||2||Florida International|
|67||Spain, Quinton||G||6-4||330||8/7/1991||4||West Virginia|
|42||Spillane, Robert||LB||6-1||229||12/14/1995||R||Western Michigan|
|61||Stinnie, Aaron||G||6-3||312||2/18/1994||R||James Madison|
|4||Succop, Ryan||K||6-2||218||9/19/1986||10||South Carolina|
|13||Taylor, Taywan||WR||5-11||203||3/2/1995||2||Western Kentucky|
|3||Barnard, Austin (IR)||P||6-3||207||6/22/1995||R||Samford|
|10||Campanaro, Michael (IR)||WR||5-9||191||1/25/1991||4||Wake Forest|
|37||Cyprien, Johnathan (IR)||DB||6-1||211||7/29/1990||6||Florida International|
|95||Maxey, Johnny (IR)||DT||6-5||283||10/19/1993||1||Mars Hill|
|50||Palmer, Nate (IR)||LB||6-2||248||9/23/1989||6||Illinois State|
|66||Pamphile, Kevin (IR)||G||6-5||315||11/27/1990||5||Purdue|
|23||Smith, Tye (IR)||CB||6-0||195||5/3/1993||3||Towson|
|82||Walker, Delanie (IR)||TE||6-2||248||8/12/1984||13||Central Missouri State|
|39||Dawkins, Dalyn||RB||5-7||183||12/26/1994||R||Colorado State|
|Douglas, Jamil||G||6-4||309||2/28/1992||2||Arizona State|
|Harris, Nigel||LB||6-2||225||12/7/1994||2||South Florida|
|Lewis, Roger||WR||6-0||203||11/27/1993||3||Bowling Green|
|Quessenberry, David||T||6-5||305||8/24/1990||3||San Jose State|
|35||Webb, Damon||DB||5-11||198||11/12/1995||R||Ohio State|
It's unclear exactly when Barnard suffered the knee injury, but it's clear the Titans want to keep him within the organization by placing him on injured reserve.
Casey had a two-sack performance in Week 2 and followed that up with his third sack of the season in Week 3. His career high for a season is 10.5, and it appears he could approach or match that total this season with the way he's gotten to the quarterback in the early going.
Lewis was out-touched by Derrick Henry despite a game script that called for passing. However, the entire Titans' offense failed to get on track, resulting in Lewis' worst yardage output of the campaign. After recording a season-best nine receptions in Week 4 against Philadelphia, he has just five receptions across his last two games. Lewis' involvement in the passing game had given him a reliable floor in PPR leagues early on, though even that has been called into question in recent weeks.
Jackson turned in a key interception after a pass intended for Andre Holmes popped into the air into Jackson's waiting arms late in the fourth quarter. He now has two interceptions for the season as well as four passes defensed. Both marks are improvements over his rookie campaign, indicating Jackson has taken well to his role as a key member of the team's secondary.
Evans is slated to draw his second start as a rookie next to Wesley Woodyard at inside linebacker, while Will Compton and Jayon Brown provide additional depth.
Kalu signed with Tennessee back an May as an undrafted rookie out of Nebraska. He'll look to catch on as a depth safety or cornerback with another club in 2018.
Fluellen has been nursing a groin injury that's caused him to miss the Titans' last two games. After returning to practice Wednesday, the second-year running back looks like a go for Sunday's matchup with the Bills, with the bulk of his snaps expected to come on special teams.
Lewis will be free to sign with another team. He made three tackles and one sack in two games for the Texans last year and will search for a special teams role.
Woodyard missed the Titans' last two contests after injuring his shoulder in Week 4. Jayon Brown has filled in as a starting linebacker in the interim. If Woodyard is able to return, look for him to resume his role as the starter while Brown moves to a backup slot.
After a healthy week of practice, Bates was a late addition to the injury report Saturday. It looks like the team was just being cautious with his designation, as he is suiting up for Week 6. Look for him to resume his role providing depth at linebacker.
Jones had been only a part-time player through the first four weeks of the season but he showed up in a big way in Sunday's loss. His nine tackles marked a new career high, nearly tripling his total for the season in the process. Jones has never shown a prolific ability to get to the quarterback, setting his best sack total with 3.5 in 2017.
Byard turned in an opportunistic and athletic interception late in the second quarter after Logan Ryan tipped a Joe Flacco pass intended for Willie Snead. It was his first interception of the season, though he has played a consistent role in the Titans' defense this season, recording at least six tackles in four of six games. The third-year pro picked off eight passes last season, so he is no stranger to creating turnovers.
Smith made his first catch since Week 3 and has just three receptions through six games this season. Though it was assumed he would step into the role of injured Delanie Walker, that hasn't been the case. Smith has failed to command more than three targets in a game this season.
Davis led the Titans in targets, though he was limited yet again by the team's low-volume passing attack. His lone catch came with just under three minutes remaining in the third quarter and was his second-longest reception of the season. Despite commanding a large share of targets in the offense, Davis has been targeted more than 10 times in just two of six games this season. That's a clear indication that until both the quality and volume of the Titans' passing offense increases, Davis will put up inconsistent results.
Harris spent time with the Buccaneers, Giants and Chargers in 2017, appearing in a total of eight games. The second-year linebacker has 12 tackles in his career.
Jennings tallied the first touchdown of his career by running back a kickoff in the fourth quarter to pull the Titans back within a score. He made the roster due to his ability on special teams, and briefly held down punt and kick return duties for the Browns in 2015. Outside of the return game, he wasn't targeted Sunday and doesn't figure to play much of a role as a receiver this season.
Lewis spent his first two NFL seasons with the Giants and has experience both on offense and special teams. He could wind up promoted or signed to an active roster down the road, but he will remain on the practice squad for the time being.
Spillane -- who led the Titans in tackles during the preseason -- spent the first five weeks of the season on the practice squad before his promotion. The rookie out of Western Michigan will likely provide depth at the linebacker position.
Landry had an impactful first career sack, stripping Carson Wentz of the ball early in the fourth quarter. That led to a Titans field goal and served as an important turning point in the team's Week 4 victory. Landry hasn't been on the field frequently -- he had just 27 and 35 snaps in Weeks 2 and 3 respectively -- but has shown the ability to get to the quarterback even in limited opportunity.
Lewan missed practice Wednesday after exiting the Titans' Week 5 loss to the Bills prematurely due to a foot injury, but he returned as a full participant Thursday. The starting left tackle should be available for Sunday's matchup against the Ravens, barring any setbacks.
Marz joins a Titans squad in dire need of offensive line depth, with Jack Conklin (knee - ACL) and Taylor Lewan (concussion) both out for Week 2, and Dennis Kelly (illness) considered questionable. The 26-year-old is likely to play a rotational role on Tennessee's O-line against the Texans on Sunday.
Palmer was carted off with a leg injury during Monday's practice, and the issue has proven to be severe enough to cost him the remainder of 2018. The team signed Brandon Chubb on Tuesday to add some depth at the position.
Pamphile served as a starter on Tennessee's injury-plagued offensive line in Week 2 and Week 3, but the versatile lineman seems to have suffered a significant injury and will miss at least the next eight games. The Titans will hope for Jack Conklin (knee) and Dennis Kelly (illness) to progress quickly in their respective recoveries.
Orakpo skipped out on Saturday's practice due to a shoulder injury, but as coach Mike Vrabel already suggested, it doesn't look like the ailment is very serious. The Titans likely are being extra cautious with the veteran linebacker, and the expectation is that Orakpo will be ready to return next week.
Sharpe led the Titans in receiving yards and also set a season best with his 33 receiving yards. He continues to convert a high number of his targets into receptions (seven catches on nine targets across the last three games) but has shown no ability to work downfield as his longest reception of the season is 17 yards. Corey Davis remains the clear No. 1 target in the Titans' offense, and with the club's low-volume passing attack, Sharpe won't get the volume necessary to be a factor in most formats.
Batson will provide some depth to a relatively thin wide receiver group and will sit fifth on the depth chart. The rookie wideout has yet to appear in a regular-season game, but there's a chance he could make his NFL debut at some point Sunday against the Ravens, whether it be on special teams or offense.
Smith appeared in 15 games for the Titans last season, recording 15 tackles after playing in just four contests during his first two seasons as a pro. There's no word on the extent of his injury at this point, but he will obviously be sidelined for an extended period of time and could be a candidate to miss all of 2018. If that's the case, he would likely return in 2019 needing to battle for a job should the Titans elect to re-sign him.
Brown filled in admirably for the injured Wesley Woodyard for the second consecutive week, leading the Titans in tackles while tallying the team's only sack. It was also his second consecutive game reaching double-digit tackles. Given Brown's performance, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him with an expanded role even once Woodyward is able to return.
Henry led the Titans' backfield with eight touches but still didn't get enough volume to make an impact. That was due at least in part to game script; however, Henry has yet to see 20 touches in a game this season. Henry's poor individual performance -- he's averaging just 3.4 yards per carry -- and the Titans' poor offense have led to disappointing results through six games. Henry will look to get things going in Week 7 against the Chargers.
Logan was added to the injury report Thursday and was unable to practice the rest of the week. Darius Kilgo will serve as the Titans' rotational nose tackle Sunday.
Gabbert additionally logged his second full practice in a row. The journeyman quarterback is on track to retake his backup position from Austin Davis and will serve as a reserve option behind Marcus Mariota against the Bills on Sunday.
Diagnosed with a broken ankle accompanied by ligament damage, Walker probably won't have any chance to be brought back from injured reserve late in the season. Jonnu Smith figures to step in as Tennessee's top receiving threat at tight end, with blocking specialist Luke Stocker potentially also taking on some extra snaps. Smith was a third-round pick last year and caught 18 of 30 targets for 157 yards and two touchdowns across 552 offensive snaps as a rookie.
The deal guarantees the guard $12 million after he impressed in a starting role with the Titans over the past two seasons. With The 28-year-old figures to have found a comfortable living in Nashville in the short-term. Per Pro Football Focus, Kline graded out as the No. 22 overall guard during the 2017 season, with the 28-year-old turning in his best work in pass protection.
With star tight end Delanie Walker (ankle) placed on injured reserve Monday, the Titans will bring in Pruitt to shore up their depth at tight end for the time being. Pruitt likely won't have much of a role in Tennessee's offense unless another injury occurs.
Ryan and Byard, the two leaders of the Titans secondary, reportedly put together a workout program led by former Middle Tennessee State strength coach Jason Spray. While these types of get-togethers are extremely common for players nowadays, it's significant that Sims participated given that he ended the 2017 season on injured reserve with a hamstring injury. With no indication that Sims has suffered any sort of setback in his recovery, it's safe to say the third-year cornerback is at full health entering the start of the Titans' voluntary team workouts, which began Monday.
Butler sacked Carson Wentz in the first quarter, blitzing off the edge untouched to record his first sack as a Titan. However, he was beaten by Jordan Matthews for a 56-yard touchdown late in the second quarter, overshadowing his earlier production. Butler has had a rocky start to his tenure with the Titans, with Matthews' touchdown being the second long score he has allowed in four weeks.
It's good to see Morgan back in action after he missed the entire 2017 season on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. Morgan only got Thursday's start because the Bears' starters were resting, but he at least seems to be thought of highly in Chicago, where the offensive lineman is competing for a backup role somewhere along the offensive line.
The details of Cyprien's injury have not been disclosed, but the 28-year-old was reportedly able to walk from the field to the facility without any assistance. What little information has been released seems to indicate that the injury is minor, so Cyprien should be considered day-to-day for the time being. Cyprien is expected to serve in the starting safety rotation for the Titans, assuming the injury doesn't sideline him for long.
The Titans' offense couldn't get anything going against the Ravens, relegating Succop to the sideline for the entire game. However, he's converted nine of his 10 field goals this season and had at least two attempts in every week prior to this performance. That makes him a reasonable option on which to rely moving forward, despite this disappointing result.
Mariota couldn't get into a rhythm throughout the game and was sacked more times (11) than he completed passes (10). Even with his limited attempts, Mariota missed key opportunities to make an impact on the game, most notably overthrowing Taywan Taylor on a deep post route that would have tied the game at seven. While the Ravens defense is a tough matchup for opposing offenses, the Titans have now failed to get in sync for two consecutive games and scored more than 20 points only once this season. That makes it difficult to trust Mariota as a starting option, even with his upside as a rusher.
The severity of Compton's hamstring injury remains unclear, but it will keep him sidelined Sunday after he was unable to practice throughout the week. Fellow inside linebacker Wesley Woodyard (shoulder) is considered questionable, so Jayon Brown could see an increased snap count next to Rashaan Evans.
Morgan exited Sunday's game with his shoulder injury. The specifics of the injury are unclear for the time being. Look for second-round pick Harold Landry to see extra time with Morgan sidelined.
"I honestly feel better than I've ever felt playing," Conlkin said, "I feel faster, I feel quicker, and I'm honestly a lot stronger than I've ever been playing." Conklin is expected to make his 2018 debut against Philadelphia on Sunday, which would be his first NFL start since suffering a torn ACL in January. If Conklin is truly back to form, he'll be a substantial boost to the Titans' O-line.
Dawkins was released by Tennessee earlier in the week, but he'll be brought back by the organization as a member of the practice squad. He appeared in one regular-season contest with the Titans, logging four snaps on special teams.
While Vaccaro will be forced to miss some time with the injury, his diagnosis amounts to positive news, as the Titans had feared the safety may have suffered structural damage to his elbow. Through the Titans' first four games, Vaccaro has accrued 17 stops, one interception and one sack to help form a solid tandem with Kevin Byard at the back end. Kendrick Lewis is the leading candidate to assume a starting role while Vaccaro is out.
Kilgo hasn't played a game since 2016 when he suited up nine contests with the Broncos and made five tackles. The 2015 sixth-round pick will likely stay in a special teams role against the Eagles on Sunday.
It's unclear how severe the shoulder injury is for Spain, as the guard is reportedly still going through some testing. Look for an update on Spain's status to come later this week.
Despite the limited participation, there seems to be little doubt that Correa will be on the field to face Baltimore -- his former team -- on Sunday. Though he's been only a part-time player for the Titans, Correa has made an impact by recording two tackles for a loss and two sacks this season.
Kelly's appearance marks his first practice since being hospitalized mid-September for a viral infection. With Kelly back in the mix, the Titans will get a boost up front. Kelly is expected to be available for Sunday's game.
Ryan, who originally injured his ankle in Week 15, has been able to play in each of the last two games. Coupled with the fact he was a full participant in Thursday's practice, there shouldn't be any concern over his impending availability.
This is the second time in four months that Maxey has been released by the Titans, with injury being the cause on this occasion. Maxey will revert to the team's injured reserve once he clears waivers.
Campanaro spent the previous four seasons with the Ravens before signing with the Titans this offseason. He has missed a solid portion of training camp and was slowed by injury throughout his tenure with Baltimore. The Titans are now more likely to keep Nick Williams (hamstring), Darius Jennings and/or Deontay Burnett on the 53-man roster.
A sixth-round draft pick of the Texans in 2013, Quessenberry has yet to make his NFL debut, with a prolonged battle with cancer primarily responsible for disrupting his career. After being declared cancer-free earlier this year, Quessenberry was able to resume his career and looks like he'll now get his long-awaited opportunity to play for Houston over its final two games. He'll likely serve in a depth role at guard.
Brinkley will return to being a reserve lineman in Tennessee, and he should be grateful that this injury didn't lead to his departure from the program.
Lewis was held out of Sunday's win over the Jaguars due to a foot injury but appears to have fully recovered. Barring any setbacks, Lewis seems on track to suit up as a depth safety against the Eagles on Sunday.
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.
Taylor posted his second consecutive disappointing performance, falling off from what appeared to be a breakout performance in Week 4. However, he did manage to get behind the Ravens defense late in the first quarter for what should have been a long touchdown, only to be overthrown by Marcus Mariota. That play served as an appropriate illustration of the current state of the Titans' offense, which is operating at low volume and efficiency. That makes it difficult to imagine a scenario in which Taylor should be trusted heading into his Week 7 matchup against the Chargers.
Cruikshank had been sidelined since suffering an undisclosed injury during the Titans' preseason opener against the Packers, but the 2018 fifth-rounder has returned to practice with two exhibition contests left to prove himself before Week 1. He'll compete for a depth role at free safety behind starter Kevin Byard.