AJ Brown is a little banged up ahead of this weekend’s playoff action. The Tennessee Titans wideout was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday because of knee and hand injuries. He tweaked a lingering ankle injury in Week 17 but it appears like that hasn't hindered him much ahead of Tennessee’s Wild Card Round matchup with the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
Brown has been limited at practice in some capacity for almost the entire 2020 season and should be good to go come game time. He’s been the Titans’ most productive pass catcher and leads the team in receptions (70), receiving yards (1,075), and receiving touchdowns (11). Tennessee has depended on Derrick Henry to move the chains quite a bit this year but Brown and Corey Davis have been explosive on the outside to give the Titans a balanced passing attack. The two receivers combined to total nine receptions for 175 yards and a score against Baltimore during the regular season.