The Titans may be without A.J. Brown as they try to mount a comeback against the Texans.
In the third quarter of the Week 11 divisional matchup, Brown took a hard hit following a catch, and took a knee on the sideline following the hit.
Officially, Brown would be ruled as questionable to return with a chest injury.
Earlier in the game, Brown sustained a hand injury and was listed as questionable to return. He did, eventually, check back into to the game with the injury.
Prior to exiting for the second time, Brown caught five passes for 48 yards. The Titans were playing from behind
Tennessee has been dealt several injuries on the offensive side of the ball, including running back Derrick Henry and wide receiver Julio Jones.
Jones was placed on injured reserve, but is expected to return to the field following his three-game stint on the list for a hamstring injury.
Henry may miss the remainder of the season after undergoing foot surgery, but the Titans have not ruled out a potential return should the team make the playoffs.
Brown returned from a hamstring injury of his own earlier in the season, missing just a single game.
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