NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Titans defensive end Kyle Vanden Bosch started Sunday against the Green Bay Packers, who had cornerback Al Harris and safety Atari Bigby back in their lineup.
Vanden Bosch sat out Monday night's 31-21 win over Indianapolis, snapping a streak of 54 straight starts for Tennessee, with a groin injury from Oct. 5 at Baltimore.
Pro Bowler Harris had been sidelined the past four games with a spleen injury that had threatened to end his season. Bigby missed the past five games with an injured hamstring. The Packers deactivated receiver James Jones for the third straight week with a knee injury.
Green Bay also activated defensive tackle Justin Harrell, their top 2007 draft pick. He started this season on the physically unable to perform list after having a second surgery on his back on Aug. 25. Jeremy Thompson started in place of Michael Montgomery at right defensive end.

Recent NFL Discussions

Top NFL Public Bets

NFL Top Stories

Thumbnail Rusher ready to continue banner postseason Dion Lewis has not lost a game as a Patriot over two seasons. But how action will the dynamic third-down threat see in the team’s Super Bowl LI matchup...
Thumbnail SBLI: Patriots favored over Falcons Following their victory in the AFC title game, the Patriots have opened as small favorites over the Falcons in Super Bowl LI.
Thumbnail AFC Championship Game Prediction Are the Steelers a good bet to cover versus the Patriots in tonight's AFC Championship Game at 6:40PM ET?
Thumbnail AFC Title Spread Holding Steady Kickoff of tonight's AFC Championship Game is set for 6:40PM ET between the Steelers and Patriots. Where is the point spread currently?
Thumbnail Public Bettors backing Patriots Are public bettors backing Tom Brady and the Patriots today in the AFC Championship Game, or the underdog Steelers at 6:40PM ET?

NFL Team Pages