Titans DT Jeffery Simmons not rushing return

The Tennessee Titans used a first-round selection on defensive handle Jeffery Simmons understanding he may not be able to play this season after tearing an ACL in February.
Talking to the media for the first time since the draft,” Simmons said Tuesday following Titans minicamp practice he’s not rushing the process, even if this means missing the entire 2019 campaign.
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“I’m not rushing anything,” Simmons explained, through The Tennessean. “If I don’t play this year, I am fine with this, but my aim is to get healthy on my time and on this group’s time. There is no time limit and when I can come back. Every day that I come to work, I’m placing my mindset, you know,’I wish to get back now.’ That’s the way I come to work everyday and try to improve.”
Simmons was estimated to move higher than the No. 19 spot where he landed with Tennessee before the ACL tear occurred while coaching. If everything goes right, the standard timeline for recovery from such an injury would earn a return possible at the close of the season. The Titans may also opt to offer him an whole year to rehabilitation.
The DT has yet to begin jogging and isn’t certain when he’ll be able to start that part of the rehab procedure.
The Titans made the Simmons selection with a mind later on. Pairing the Mississippi State merchandise with perennially underrated Jurrell Casey could give Tennessee a devastating duo. Eventually. For the time being, the newcomer isn’t pushing the process.

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