NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Adoree’ Jackson’s knee injury was the biggest mystery of the Titans’ 2020 season.

He practiced during training camp but when the Titans began their official practice week for Week 1’s Monday night game at Denver, Jackson appeared on the Friday, Sept. 11 injury report with a knee injury as a limited participant. He did not participate the next day and was ruled out for the game.


The Titans put him on IR the day they played the Broncos, Sept. 14. 

He was designated for return on Oct. 21 but he wasn’t activated until Nov. 11 and he didn’t play until Dec. 20, Week 15.

With Jackson still out for five games after he was activated the Titans needed three starts from Breon Border and one from Tye Smith.

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