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Top Trenton Cannon News

  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Lands on IR

    The Titans placed Cannon (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday, Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com reports.

    Cannon suffered a knee injury during the opening kickoff of Monday's loss to the Bills. Jim Wyatt of the Titans official site reports that Terrance Mitchell and Andrew Adams will join the active roster in a corresponding transaction, while Chris Jackson (undisclosed) is also going on IR.

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  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Injured on return

    Cannon exited Monday's game against the Bills with a knee injury, Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com reports.

    Cannon was injured while helping cover on the opening kickoff. He was able to walk off the field, but did so with the assistance of the training staff. While Cannon is out, Kyle Phillips will likely take over the team's kick-return duties. Of potential greater concern with Dontrell Hilliard (hamstring) and Julius Chestnut (coach's decision) inactive is the fact Cannon's exit leaves Derrick Henry and Hassan Haskins as the team's only healthy running backs.

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  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Won't return Monday

    Cannon (knee) has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Bills, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

    Cannon suffered the knee injury while helping cover on the opening kickoff. He was able to walk off the field, but he did so with the assistance of the training staff. In his absence, wideout Kyle Phillips will likely take over the team's kick-return duties. However, of greater importance, Derrick Henry and Hassan Haskins will be the team's only healthy running backs, as the team is already without Dontrell Hilliard (hamstring) and Julius Chestnut (coach's decision).

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  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Lands new roster deal

    Cannon signed with the Titans' 53-man roster from the team's practice squad Monday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports

    Cannon played 21 special-teams snaps after being elevated from Tennessee's practice squad ahead of Sunday's loss to the Giants and totaled 33 yards on two kick returns. The fifth-year back should now compete with Dontrell Hilliard and Kyle Philips for the team's top kick-return duties moving forward this season.

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  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Elevated to active roster

    The Titans have promoted Cannon to their active roster ahead of Sunday's Week 1 game against the Giants, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.

    According to Turron Davenport of ESPN.com, Cannon could potentially see some work at kick returner. Aside from that, he will slot in as a depth RB behind Derrick Henry, Dontrell Hilliard and Hassan Haskins.

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  • Trenton Cannon: Inks practice squad deal

    The Titans signed Cannon to their practice squad Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

    Cannon failed to make the Titans' initial 53-man roster, but he'll join the practice squad as an emergency return man. The 2018 sixth-round pick returned 16 kickoffs for 328 yards in 11 appearances with the 49ers last year.

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  • Trenton Cannon: Released by Tennessee

    The Titans released Cannon on Tuesday, Jim Wyatt of the team's site reports.

    Trenton, a 2018 sixth-round pick by the Jets, ran 38 times for 113 yards and a touchdown as a rookie, but he's only garnered 12 rushing attempts since. However, he remains a productive return man, bringing back 16 kickoffs for 328 yards in 11 appearances with the 49ers last year. Regardless, he'll have to look for a new opportunity in 2022 after failing to make the Titans' initial 53-man roster.

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  • Titans' Trenton Cannon: Joins Titans

    Cannon agreed to a contract with the Titans on Wednesday, John Glennon of SI.com reports.

    Cannon spent most of the 2021 campaign with the 49ers and played only two offensive snaps in 11 contests, as most of his contributions came on special teams. The 27-year-old was productive as a return man, bringing back 16 kickoffs for 328 yards. He'll likely slot in as backfield depth and as a core player on special teams while with Tennessee.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: Activated from injured reserve

    Cannon (concussion) was activated from injured reserve Saturday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Cannon was sidelined for nearly two months after sustaining a concussion in Week 13, but he returned to practice Jan. 12. The 27-year-old lost out on his kick-return duties shortly before his absence, so it's not yet clear whether he'll have a role on special teams Sunday.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: Returns to practice

    The 49ers will designate Cannon (concussion) to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Cannon had to be taken off the field in an ambulance during the 49ers' Week 13 matchup against Seattle in early December, and he's been sidelined since then. Whether he's available for Sunday's wild-card matchup against Dallas remains to be seen, but it's encouraging to see the 27-year-old back at practice.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: Placed on injured reserve

    Cannon (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.

    Cannon was already ruled for Sunday against the Bengals. He'll try to get healthy and clear concussion protocols in time for Week 17 against Houston, when he is eligible to return from IR.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: Out Sunday

    Cannon (concussion) is out Sunday against the Bengals, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

    Cannon suffered the injury in Week 13 against the Seahawks and left the stadium in an ambulance. He'll keep trying to work his way through concussion protocols but in the meantime, Ambry Thomas will likely handle kick-return duties.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: Out of hospital

    Cannon (concussion) has been released from the hospital, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

    Cannon left Sunday's game against the Seahawks in an ambulance after taking a knee to the head on the opening kickoff. It was since reported that he was in stable condition, and his release from the hospital is optimistic news. Still, he will remain in the team's concussion protocol for the time being.

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  • 49ers' Trenton Cannon: In stable condition after scary hit

    Cannon, who left Sunday's game in an ambulance after taking a knee to the head on the opening kickoff, "is in stable condition and will stay the night at the hospital," according to the 49ers' official Twitter account.

    The inadvertent shot Cannon took to his head certainly looked scary, but fortunately he appears to have avoided a serious injury.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Hampton, VA
Age: 28
School: Va. State
Experience: 5