Coaches Mike Vrabel and Doug Pederson each excluded one player in advance of the game that will decide the 2022 AFC South champion.
The following players will not play in Saturday's AFC South-clinching game between the Tennessee Titans (7-9) and Jacksonville Jaguars (8-8) at TIAA Bank Field.
Tennessee: DT Naquan Jones, S Mike Brown, and CB Davontae Harris.
Jacksonville: WR Kendric Pryor, OLB De'Shaan Dixon, CB Montaric Brown, CB Gregory Junior, DL Jeremiah Ledbetter, and OLB De'Shaan Dixon.
The only player from either team who was already ruled out was Davontae Harris. Due to a hamstring injury that prevented him from practicing all week, the Titans announced on Thursday that he will not be participating.
Prior to being added to the active roster on December 17 as a practice squad elevation, Harris played in three games. He has since participated in three more. He has only ever played on special teams.
This year, Naquan Jones has been a healthy scratch six times. Beginning with the first matchup of the season against Jacksonville, he had participated in each of the previous four contests.