Will Aaron Jones competing today? Injury Report for Packers – Titans

During the regular season, the Green Bay Packers usually have a day off on Tuesdays. Due to the Packers’ Thursday Night Football game against the Tennessee Titans this week, the team was forced to hold a walkthrough practice today.

Aaron Jones QUESTIONABLE for Packers – Titans

Aaron Jones QUESTIONABLE for Packers - Titans

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Jones (shin) is listed as questionable for Thursday’s game against the Titans, according to Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers’ official website.

Jones’ practice reps were limited for the second week in a row due to ankle and shin injuries.

Nonetheless, neither of them will prevent him from suiting up for the 11th time in as many games this season.

Jones had a season-high 26 touches in a Week 10 win over the Cowboys, resulting in 156 yards from scrimmage and one rushing touchdown.

Jones is entering his sixth season with the Packers, and while he is unquestionably the starter, he will face significant competition from third-year AJ Dillon.

Jones had 183 carries (46% share) and 75 targets (14%), excluding the two games he missed last season, compared to AJ Dillon’s 169 carries (42% share) and 30 targets (6%).

Jones finished as a top-12 fantasy RB for the third year in a row, despite significantly lower rushing production.

Jones’ durability is an issue, as he has missed at least two regular-season games in four of his five NFL seasons.

Jones will, at the very least, split carries and will be heavily involved in the passing game in one of the league’s top offenses, so even with some concerns, the 27-year-old remains a fringe RB1.

Injury Report for Packers – Titans

Tennessee Titans

Kicker Randy Bullock (right calf), outside linebacker Bud Dupree (hip), defensive back Lonnie Johnson (hamstring), safety Amani Hooker (shoulder), and center Ben Jones are all out due to injuries.

Defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons (ankle) and defensive back Elijah Molden are both questionable (groin).

After being deemed limited during the team’s walkthrough on Tuesday, Simmons did not practice on Wednesday.

The Titans did not provide game status for the following expected players: receiver Cody Hollister (back), defensive lineman Denico Autry (veteran rest), offensive lineman Aaron Brewer (toe), cornerback Kristian Fulton (hamstring), running back Derrick Henry (veteran rest), linebacker David Long (neck), cornerback Roger McCreary (calf), defensive lineman Kevin Strong (ankle), and quarterback Ryan Tannehill (ankle).

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Green Bay Packers 

Both tackle David Bakhtiari (knee) and guard/tackle Elgton Jenkins (knee) are listed as questionable for the Tennessee Titans game on Thursday.

The Packers have also ruled out De’Vondre Campbell (knee) and Romeo Doubs (receiver) (ankle). Shemar Jean-Charles (ankle) is in doubt.

Only one of the five aforementioned players, Jean-Charles, practiced on Wednesday. The second-year cornerback was limited after being listed as a non-participant on Monday and Tuesday.

Both Bakhtiari and Jenkins played every snap in the Cowboys’ 31-28 overtime win on Sunday.

While Campbell is expected to miss his third game in a row, the Packers will welcome back linebacker Krys Barnes.

The third-year veteran was not given a game status for Thursday night after clearing the concussion protocol.