The Tennessee Titans have released their final injury report ahead of the Week 2 contest at Lumen Field against the Seattle Seahawks.
Before the injury report was released, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel revealed that rookie cornerback Caleb Farley had been ruled out.
Farley, who played just eight snaps in garbage time during the Week 1 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, practiced fully on Wednesday but was a non-participant in the last two sessions of the week.
Outside linebacker Bud Dupree, wide receiver A.J. Brown, and linebackers David Long and Jayon Brown are all questionable, but A.J. and Long both logged full sessions on Friday. Dupree was limited, and Jayon was a DNP.
Wide receiver Josh Reynolds, who was out in Week 1, looks good to go and is without a designation after getting in three full practices.
Here’s a look at the full final injury reports for both teams.
Note: DNP = Did not participate / LP = Limited participation / FP = Full participation / NIR = Not injury related