Titans waive future Hall of Fame RB Adrian Peterson, make a dozen other roster moves after Texans loss

The Tennessee Titans are altering their tactical plan at the running back position. On Tuesday, the Titans revealed that they had actually launched experienced running back Adrian Peterson. NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo reports that Peterson might go back to the Titans.

Earlier in the day, Tennessee signed running back Dontrell Hilliard to the active lineup after he tape-recorded 82 backyards from skirmish in Sunday’s loss to the Houston Texans. Peterson, who is presently 5th on the all-time hurrying list with 14,902 backyards, played in simply 3 video games for the Titans. In all, he hurried 27 times for 82 backyards and one goal. Peterson scored his only goal with the Titans in his very first video game of the season versus the Los Angeles Rams back in Week 9, and had what was most likely his finest getaway for Tennessee this past Sunday, hurrying 9 times for 40 backyards.

Peterson was signed Nov. 1 after star running back Derrick Henry went down with a possibly season-ending foot injury. He was not the just back Tennessee brought into the fold, as the Titans likewise restored a familiar face in D’Onta Foreman. He’s been simply as huge a part of the run video game over the previous couple of weeks, as he has actually hurried an overall of 23 times for 84 backyards. Receiving back Jeremy McNichols has actually taken a couple of brings also. 

After suffering their very first loss in 7 weeks, the Titans are plainly attempting to shake things approximately create a tactical plan they believe will move them back into the win column when they check out the New England Patriots on Sunday. The Titans made an overall of 13 lineup relocations Tuesday, consisting of finalizing veteran pass receiver Golden Tate to the practice team.

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