Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries has returned to full practices as we head into Week 13. Thursday’s full participation is his second day with the “full” designation. We haven’t received word that he’s been cleared of his brain injury, but two full practices likely means that he will be in time for this week’s matchup with the Browns.
Humphries suffered his concussion in Week 8 and ended up missing a month of games. In his first five games, he averaged 4.4 receptions for 36.5 yards and totaled two touchdowns. With the Titans using Corey Davis more and continuing to use Derrick Henry as Henry needs to be used, so Humphries will continue to battle the tight ends for targets near the bottom of the pecking order.
Humphries return should help Ryan Tannehill, giving him a reliable chain mover to finish the fantasy season. Despite the Titans run first attitude, they do put up big points and Tannehill’s efficiency should keep him as a viable fantasy quarterback.