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Mike Vrabel give injury updates on key Tennessee Titans

Some good news and some bad news on Monday

NFL: NOV 26 Panthers at Titans Photo by Matthew Maxey/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Tennessee Titans lost three key players in the overtime loss to the Indianapolis Colts yesterday - Derrick Henry, Jeffery Simmons, and Ryan Stonehouse. Adam Schefter had reported earlier in the day that Henry was in the concussion protocol. Vrabel said Monday that Henry is not in concussion protocol. He was removed from the game over concern for a concussion but was reporting no symptoms today. They will monitor him throughout the week, but as of now, it sounds like he has a good chance to play on Monday night.

That is not the case for Jeffery Simmons. While he apparently avoided a season-ending knee injury, he will miss a couple of weeks according to Vrabel. They will really miss him on Monday night when it will be essential to put pressure on Tua Tagovailoa. With the season all but officially over, Simmons should be in no rush to get back and play before he is 100%.

Ryan Stonehouse is done for the year. Vrabel did not say what his injury was specifically, but that he will have surgery. That, of course, means the Titans will have to add a punter this week. That guy will also be the holder for field goals and extra points. Does anyone know if Brett Kern has been staying in football shape?