Humphries (ankle) won't play in Saturday's playoff game against the Ravens, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports. Brown (knee). Still, with both A.J. Now healthy and reinvigorated in the Ryan Tannehill-led passing attack, Humphries ranked third on the team in targets Monday while placing second in receiving yards. Regardless of the amount of targets I’m getting I trust our offensive staff and the coaches know what I can do. Brown and Corey Davis. His 22-yard touchdown put the Titans up 21-7 in the second quarter, and Humphries set a new season high in receiving yards. He is the only one who knows for sure that he won’t be on the field Saturday when the Titans face the New England Patriots in an AFC wild card matchup at Gillette Stadium. Please check your email for a confirmation. “It was a cool experience to be able to play in the postseason and to see our team really get hot and play our best football towards the end of the season,” Humphries said. From the ill-fated decision to go for two to all the yards the Tennessee offense produced, the Texans had a lot to discuss following the Titans' 42-36 overtime victory. Register today for free or log in to access this premium article.
In a recent interview with Eric Boynton of GoUpstate.com, Humphries reflected on the 2019 season, talking about the team’s playoff run and the injury he dealt with at the end of the regular season into the playoffs. Humphries' production has picked up in the early stages of the 2020 campaign following a disappointing, injury-plagued debut season with the Titans last year. The Titans haven't revealed an official timeline for the 26-year-old's return, though it seems there's a good chance he doesn't play Saturday at New England. Will Tennessee Titans' Johnathan Joseph provide a boost in coverage? Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries had a rocky first campaign with the team after signing a four-year, $36 million deal in free agency last offseason. Humphries (ankle) returned to a limited practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Humphries (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. In the end, the veteran finished with 37 receptions for 374 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games. “Obviously the ankle injury was tough, but our team did a great job of taking care of me and allowing me to get back the best I could. Humphries (ankle) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Patriots, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. https://titanswire.usatoday.com/2020/05/16/tennessee-titans-adam-humphries-targets-injury-playoffs/.
Humphries (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. In his first game action since Dec. 1, it's possible that Humphries could be eased back into the mix, but at the very least, his return will give the Titans another viable receiving option out of the slot to complement starting wideouts A.J. For now, the Titans' slot man -- who has missed the team's last six games -- can be viewed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Chiefs. Humphries (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Texans. Humphries didn't practice at all last week, so his return to the field Wednesday, albeit in a limited capacity, is an encouraging sign. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Brown and Corey Davis. We shouldn't count on the Clemson product being available in Week 5, though, and with the altered schedule that has the Titans playing Tuesday, fantasy managers should make alternative plans. NASHVILLE – Wide receiver Adam Humphries is one of the many Tennessee Titans who have never been in an NFL playoff game. Jan 17, 2020 NASHVILLE – Six weeks on the sideline taught Adam Humphries something. Humphries missed the last four games of the regular season and still hasn't practiced since suffering an ankle injury Dec. 1. CBS Sports is a registered trademark of CBS Broadcasting Inc. Titans' Adam Humphries: Finds end zone in return, Titans' Adam Humphries: Lifted from reserve/COVID-19 list, Titans' Adam Humphries: Will likely miss Week 5, Titans' Adam Humphries: Added to COVID-19 list, Titans' Adam Humphries: Draws seven targets, Titans' Adam Humphries: Leads team in targets, catches, Titans' Adam Humphries: Plays key role Week 1, Titans' Adam Humphries: Should keep slot role, Titans' Adam Humphries: Loses volume in Tennessee, Titans' Adam Humphries: Returns to action, Titans' Adam Humphries: Listed as questionable, Titans' Adam Humphries: Logs another limited practice, Titans' Adam Humphries: Remains out this week, Titans' Adam Humphries: Misses another practice, Titans' Adam Humphries: Not practicing to begin week, Titans' Adam Humphries: Ruled out this week, Titans' Adam Humphries: Sits out another practice, Titans' Adam Humphries: Not practicing Tuesday, Titans' Adam Humphries: Won't play Sunday. Humphries spent 12 days on the list after the Titans' outbreak and missed last night's win over Buffalo.
The same applies to practice squad member Cameron Batson, bringing the team's total number of players on the reserve/COVID-19 list to seven. The NFL's investigation into the Titans' COVID-19 breakout won't result in any major discipline for the club according to NFL Media's Tom Pelissero. Brown and Corey Davis. If he remains sidelined this weekend, added snaps will be available for Tajae Sharpe behind the Titans' top wide receivers, A.J. Humphries caught five of his six targets for 48 receiving yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 33-30 win against Jacksonville. Humphries battled an ankle injury in his first campaign in Tennessee, limiting him to 12 games in the regular season. © 2005-2020 CBS INTERACTIVE. Brown and Corey Davis. The former Clemson Tiger enjoyed a breakout season by recording 76 catches, 816 yards, and five touchdowns for the Buccaneers in 2018, but his debut campaign as a Titan last year did not go according to plan. Humphries logged a full slate of limited practices this week, signaling that he has a chance to return to action this weekend for the first time since Dec. 1. The Titans reinstated Humphries from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports. On the other hand, the Titans may be motivated to find a more effective role for him given the significant four-year, $36 million investment they made in him during the 2019 offseason. 3 wide receiver if Humphries remains sidelined. The 27-year-old wideout is set up well going into Week 3, facing a matchup against a Vikings defense that has surrendered 578 passing yards through its first two outings of 2020. Humphries recorded four receptions on seven targets for 41 yards Week 3 against Minnesota. Humphries caught all six of his targets for 64 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 42-36 overtime win over the Texans. If he remains out, Tajae Sharpe will continue to see added snaps behind the Titans' top two wide receivers, A.J. Though he was able to maintain volume, Humphries has yet to put together big yardage, tallying just 89 yards on nine receptions in two contests without Brown. Humphries (ankle) wasn't on the field Tuesday for the Titans' practice session, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports. Covering the impact of coronavirus on the sports world. Humphries (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Working primarily out of the slot, Humphries was overshadowed by both Corey Davis and A.J. Humphries should remain the Titans ' primary slot receiver after the team did not add to its receiving corps in the draft.