Adam Humphries

Adam Humphries Fantasy

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2.0 5th
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Height / Weight
5'11" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
June 24, 1993 (27)
6th Season
2015 / Rd. / Pk. (TB)

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Adam Humphries News

Adam Humphries Out For Divisional Round

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) is out for the Divisional game against the Ravens on Saturday. Humphries will be missing his sixth straight game, so it's not like he was on anyone's fantasy radar to begin with. Kalif Raymond (concussion) will make his return after sitting out wild-card weekend, but he'll be behind A.J. Brown, Corey Davis and Tajae Sharpe in three-receiver sets. It's hard to trust any receiver in this run-first offense led by running back Derrick Henry, but Brown is the most appealing fantasy option if you're going to go that route against Baltimore's shutdown defense.

Jan. 9th • 3:20 PM
Adam Humphries Misses Practice Again

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) missed practice again on Wednesday. Humphries hasn't played or practiced since Dec. 1, so he shouldn't be expected to suit up for the Divisional Round against the Ravens. Even if he did, he wouldn't be on the fantasy radar after catching 37 passes for 374 yards and two touchdowns on the season. Kalif Raymond (concussion) should be active as the No. 4 receiver behind A.J. Brown, Corey Davis and Tajae Sharpe. In this run-first offense that goes through Derrick Henry, Brown is really the only attractive DFS option for fantasy managers against a very stingy Baltimore D.

Jan. 8th • 4:53 PM
Adam Humphries Misses Practice, Kalif Raymond Returns

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries (ankle) did not practice on Tuesday, but wide receiver Kalif Raymond (concussion) was a full participant. Humphries hasn't played in five weeks, so he doesn't appear close to returning for the Divisional Round against the Ravens this Saturday. Raymond, however, looks to have cleared the concussion protocol and should be active this weekend. But he'll likely be behind A.J. Brown, Corey Davis and Tajae Sharpe on the wideout pecking order for a run-first squad. You can ignore Raymond if he's back against Baltimore's tough defense.

Jan. 7th • 4:38 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Ryan Tannehill
Cole McDonald
RB Derrick Henry
Darrynton Evans
LWR A.J. Brown
Kalif Raymond
RWR Corey Davis
Cameron Batson
SWR Adam Humphries
Cody Hollister
TE Jonnu Smith
Anthony Firkser
LT Taylor Lewan
David Quessenberry
LG Rodger Saffold III
Daniel Munyer
C Ben Jones
Jamil Douglas
RG Nate Davis
Avery Gennesy
RT Dennis Kelly
Isaiah Wilson
LDE Jeffery Simmons
Matt Dickerson
NT DaQuan Jones
Larrell Murchison
DT Jack Crawford
Jordan Williams
LOLB Harold Landry III
D'Andre Walker
LILB Rashaan Evans
David Long
RILB Jayon Brown
Nick Dzubnar
ROLB Vic Beasley Jr.
Reggie Gilbert
LCB Adoree' Jackson
Johnathan Joseph
SS Kenny Vaccaro
Dane Cruikshank
FS Kevin Byard
Amani Hooker
RCB Malcolm Butler
Kristian Fulton
K Greg Joseph