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Week 13 Outlook
Tennessee Titans DE Jadeveon Clowney has been placed on Injured Reserve with a knee injury.
A tough blow to the Titans defense, as Clowney can't seem to stay healthy no matter which team he is on. He'll be out for at least the next three games, and news of Clowney's absence will be an upgrade to the Baltimore Ravens offense in Week 11.
Tennessee Titans star defensive end Jadeveon Clowney missed Wednesday's practice.
Clowney has been dealing with the knee injury for a while now, so this is likely just a maintenance day for the veteran. He was able to play with missed practices throughout the year and should be able to do the same this week. He was not mentioned by head coach Mike Vrabel when he spoke to the media on Tuesday and is expected to take the practice field later this week. Still one of the league's best run stoppers, Clowney will be key to the Titans efforts to contain the Ravens rushing attack. Clowney has been a disappointment from an IDP perspective as he has totaled just four tackles for loss on the season. He has zero sacks.
Titans star DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee) was back at practice on Tuesday. Tennessee plays Indianapolis on Thursday night.
Clowney missed Week 9 with the knee injury and will try to battle back quickly and play Thursday night against the Colts. It’ll be tough on such a short week, but it’s a good sign seeing him back at practice on Tuesday.
DE Jadeveon Clowney (knee) will not play in Sunday's Week 9 contest against the Bears.
Clowney is dealing with a “meniscus issue,” and might need surgery in the near future. He could miss more time beyond Week 9 and this would be big blow to the Titans' defense. Clowney's absence is a boost for the Bears' offense in Week 9.
Jadeveon Clowney is dealing with a “meniscus issue,” and all options are on the table, including surgery, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. He's questionable ahead of Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears.
Clowney has been great about applying pressure, but he has no sacks through seven games. For a Titans defense that recently released Vic Beasley and currently allowing around 26 points per game, losing Clowney would be a big loss to the Titans' defensive line.