Report: A.J. Brown will be held out of team drills at Titans' minicamp for precautionary reasons
After he was selected in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft, former Ole Miss WR A.J. Brown has been doing some good work for the Tennessee Titans.
However, during a practice session last week, Brown appeared to suffer a hamstring injury, so the team is being cautious with him.
Per Paul Kuharsky, Brown will do some work during the Titans’ minicamp this week, but won’t participate in team drills:
While A.J. Brown is available to practice in the Titans’ minicamp starting Tuesday and will do some work, the team will hold him out of team periods to be cautious.
Brown pulled up with an apparent hamstring issue early in an OTA session last Tuesday. Then offered an optimistic tweet a bit later.
At this point in the season, it doesn’t make sense to risk Brown’s health, even if it is important for rookies to get up to speed with as many reps as possible.
If he is fully healed in time for training camp later this summer, that will be a good sign for Brown and the Titans.