Surprising Titans rookie wide receiver Tajae Sharpe did not suffer a concussion in Saturday night's 27-10 preseason victory against the Chargers at Nissan Stadium.
"He is doing well. He should practice (Monday)," Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Sunday afternoon. "We did a full evaluation of him and he had no symptoms today and should practice (Monday) night."
Sharpe had two catches for 35 yards, including a 31-yard reception from Marcus Mariota deep down the left sideline on the second play of the game. He was removed shortly thereafter and evaluated for a concussion. He has a chance to be an outside WR on the Titans according to reports we've seen through camp. Rishard Matthews would be the other outside WR with Kendall Wright in the slot.