Wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins has appeared on the Tennessee Titans injury report for the first two weeks of the 2023 NFL season.
Despite being bothered by injuries, he played in both games against the New Orleans Saints (Week 1) and the Los Angeles Chargers (Week 2).
However, Week 3 won’t be different for the veteran wideout as he again appears on the Titans’ injury report.
Titans beat writer Terry McCormick shared the Week 3 injury report for the match between Tennessee and the Cleveland Browns.
Hopkins is listed as questionable due to an ankle injury.
DeAndre Hopkins, Denico Autry and Anthony Kendall questionable. pic.twitter.com/L2GFym53H3
— Terry McCormick (@terrymc13) September 22, 2023
After being a full participant during the Titans’ Wednesday practice, he was downgraded to a limited participant on Thursday and non-participant on Friday.
Typically, players who didn’t practice on Friday won’t play on Sunday or Monday.
But as he has shown in the last two weeks, Hopkins will find a way to play despite his injury.
Last week, the same ankle injury forced him to sit out practices from Wednesday to Friday.
Before their season opener, the Titans gave him a break due to a non-injury-related matter.
Hopkins has 11 receptions for 105 yards and zero touchdowns through two games.
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