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By Jonathan Anderson, Titans Correspondent, Mon, Aug 18th 9:11pm EDT

Shonn Greene practiced on Monday after hyperextending his knee in Saturday's preseason game in New Orleans. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This is definitely good news, considering Greene injured the same knee on which he had surgery back in May. As ESPN's Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky points out, Greene has carried it 13 times for 66 yards and a team best 5.1 yards per carry through two preseason games.

By Jonathan Anderson, Titans Correspondent, Sat, Aug 16th 10:11am EDT

Shonn Greene exited Friday's preseason game against the Saints with a hyperextended knee. The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt reports that Greene believes he'll be OK. Greene had 9 carries for 46 yards before being forced out of the game. (Source: Jim Wyatt on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This is certainly not what Greene needs while trying to hold off Bishop Sankey for the starting RB spot. Although Greene looked good before leaving the game, his injury will allow Sankey to get more reps with the first string offense in his absence.

By Jonathan Anderson, Titans Correspondent, Sat, Aug 9th 11:01pm EDT

Shonn Greene started the Titans' first preseason game vs. the Packers on Saturday night at LP Field. Greene was pulled after the first quarter along with the rest of the Titans' offensive starters. He finished with 4 carries for 20 yards and one TD.

Fantasy Impact: Greene's style of running seemed to fit the sloppy conditions at LP Field on Saturday. His touchdown came on a nice 13 yard run after a muffed punt by the Packers. Greene is currently listed as the top RB on the Titans' tentative depth chart released earlier this week.

By Rickey Brooksher, Titans Correspondent, Wed, Jul 30th 1:54pm EDT

Paul Kuharsky reported RB Shonn Greene was held out of practice yesterday to rest his knee. He did workout on the sideline during practice. (Source: Paul Kuharsky on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: This was most likely a precautionary move to help Greene stay healthy. He will share carries with Bishop Sankey among others, but could find his niche as the goalline back. Keep an eye on who receives goalline carries during the preseason. At this point he is a RB4 at best.

By Nathan Levin, Titans Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 4:01pm EDT

During the offseason, Shonn Greene underwent his second knee surgery on his right knee this year. Greene has missed all of the OTA's and June's minicamp while he was recovering. He does appear to be ready for training camp, which starts this Saturday July 26th. (Source: The Tennessean)

Fantasy Impact: Greene will need to stay healthy to earn a role in the offense. More importantly, he needs to prove that he even deserves a roster spot on the team. His 2013 season was underwhelming at best, and 2014 hasn't gotten off to better start.

The New York Times | Aug 20th
Currently listed as the RB1 in the Titans RBBC.
The Football Girl | Aug 20th
Ordinary talent, but he could fall into a good number of carries if Sankey flops.
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Aug 20th
He will remain a back-up RB with limited upside.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
Greene just went under the knife on the same right knee for the second time in about a year. Not a good sign for Shonn in Tennessee.
Win My Fantasy League | Aug 9th
Shonn Greene figures to get some short-yardage and goal line work for the Titans if he can stay healthy and could take over as the feature back if Bishop Sankey fails to prove he can handle the NFL as a lead runner.
RotoBaller | Aug 3rd
  Why an Offensive Line is Key to NFL and Fantasy Football Success The Offensive Line is one of the most important facets of Football and yet it’s usually not accounted for when people talk about fantasy outcome. Shonn Greene managed to run for 1000 yards back to back in 2011/2012 all thanks to an offensive line […]