Titans activate LB Jayon Brown from IR, sign RB Foreman

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans activated starting linebacker Jayon Brown from injured reserve on Saturday, and they also signed running back D'Onta Foreman from the practice squad for more depth to help replace Derrick Henry.

The Titans (6-2) announced the moves ahead of Sunday night's game in Los Angeles against the Rams (7-1).

Tennessee already signed 2012 NFL MVP Adrian Peterson to the active roster Friday, and now it has Foreman to help replace Henry, who's on injured reserve after having foot surgery Tuesday.

Brown had missed the last five games with a knee injury suffered in the Titans' loss to the Jets.

The Titans also activated offensive lineman Aaron Brewer from injured reserve, and they need depth on the line with right guard Nate Davis ruled out against the Rams with a concussion. They also elevated linebacker Dylan Cole and cornerback Chris Jones from the practice squad for the game.

Tennessee waived outside linebacker John Simon from the active roster and put fullback Khari Blasingame on injured reserve. The Titans signed linebacker Dylan Cole and offensive lineman Daniel Munyer to the practice squad.

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