Harold Landry
Harold Landry was selected to the Pro-Bowl last season. (Cliff Welch/Getty Images)

According to A the report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter Tennessee Titans pass rusher Harold Landry suffered a torn fibula during practice Wednesday and it’s possible he’ll miss the 2022 season.

It’s a huge loss for a Titans team already on thin ice. Derrick Henry was always their first option on offense and gave a deserved performance, but he came out with a foot injury and the team traded AJ Brown to the Eagles, their primary receiving weapon.

The Colts are currently favored to win the AFC South, and this injury weakens their defense, which has been their best option for winning games, especially given the damage their front four can do. Landry, Jeffrey Simmons and Denica Autry combined for 29.5 sacks.

Last season, Landry earned his first Pro-Bowl selection in a season in which he led the team in sacks (12) and QB sacks (22). He also registered 75 tackles and 14 for a loss. He finished in the top 10 of the league in the bags.

Thanks to his outstanding performances during the 2021 season, he signed a five-year, $87.5 million deal in March.

The Titans will host the New York Giants in Week 1 of the upcoming season.

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