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Mike Vrabel: Whenever Treylon Burks is ready, I’m excited for him to get back out there

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The Titans could obviously use more output on the receiver.

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Some help may be on the way soon.

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Rookie Trailon Burks is eligible to withdraw from the injured reserve this week. He was outside with a toe injury that did not require surgery.

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“Let’s see how does he feel” head coach Mike Wrabel said at his press conference on Monday via Jim Wyatt from the team’s website. “He worked very hard to stay in shape and condition, take care of his body, play sports. … I think it’s the best thing he’s ever done in terms of how to deal with distractions… Whenever he’s ready, I’m glad he’s back there.

“We will see what happens this week because he was here, he was on time and did everything we asked him to. We just need to see where he is physically.”

Burks, a first-round pick from Arkansas and effectively replacing A.J. Brown, caught 10 passes for 129 yards in the first four games of the season. He also picked up a couple of 12-yard carries.

With rookie backup Malik Willis start for the wounded Ryan Tannehill On Sunday, Titans wide receivers missed five targets in a 20–17 overtime loss to Kansas City.



Source: profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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