Da'Norris Searcy Injury: Updates on Titans Safety's Ankle and Return

Alec Nathan@@AlecBNathanFeatured Columnist

OAKLAND, CA - AUGUST 27:  Strong safety Da'Norris Searcy #21 of the Tennessee Titans looks on during pregame warm ups prior to playing the Oakland Raiders in a preseason game at the Oakland Coliseum on August 27, 2016 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images)
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Tennessee Titans safety Da'Norris Searcy has not played since he suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 3 against the Oakland Raiders. However, he is ready to return.

Continue for updates. 


Searcy Active vs. Browns 

Sunday, Oct. 16

The Titans announced that Searcy is ready to play against Cleveland in Week 6.


Latest on Searcy's Practice Status

Friday, Oct. 14

Searcy was a full participant in practice this week, per Terry McCormick of the Associated Press.


Searcy Adds Depth to Titans Secondary

Searcy has served as the Titans' starting strong safety since he was brought aboard prior to the 2015 season, and he's missed just one game since then. 

Now, three starts into the 2016 season, Searcy has racked up a team-leading 14 solo tackles to go with two defended passes. 

With the sixth-year pro returning, there will be less pressure on Daimion Stafford and Kevin Byard.

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