NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans have activated receiver Harry Douglas in time for Sunday’s game against the Colts.
The Titans waived receiver Darius Jennings to make room for Douglas on the team’s 53-man roster.
A 10-year veteran, Douglas returned to the practice field on Monday. Douglas was placed on Injured Reserve in September after the team trimmed its roster to 53 players. Because of the timing, it left the Titans with an opportunity to activate him later in the season.
“He has done well, and obviously he has been in the book,” coach Mike Mularkey said of Douglas on Friday. “He is a trusted vet, and knows how to do things the right way. He came out here and didn’t miss a beat. It doesn’t look like he’s been off for 11 weeks.”
Douglas has played in 116 games in his career. He has 309 catches for 3,751 yards and 10 touchdowns.
He’s hoping he can help this season.
“I feel like myself,” Douglas said after practice on Friday. “I moved around good. … Patience is a virtue – that’s what The Bible says. Whatever they tell me.
“I feel like my body is good to go, and I had four great practices this week. Whatever goes from here, goes from here.”