Before Combine: Hgt: 6034, Wgt: 275, 40YD: 4.74-4.79-4.87
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Draft Scout Chris Long News
11/24/15 - DE Chris Long returned after missing four games because of a fractured bone in his knee and played 35 snaps (45.5 percent) against the Ravens. Long had just one tackle in the game, but was credited with three pressures by the coaches.
11/22/15 - DE Chris Long was back in the lineup after missing the past four games with a knee injury. He was admittedly rusty against the Baltimore Ravens. "I can't wait to hopefully play up to my standards and next week help us win because today I just sucked," Long said.
11/19/15 - DE Chris Long, who has missed four games because of a knee injury, had full participation in practice Wednesday. "It feels really good," Long said. "I'm more hopeful for this week than I thought I would be."
11/16/15 - DE Chris Long, who has missed four games after suffering a knee injury on Oct. 11 against Green Bay, is expected to return to the practice field this week and might play Sunday against Baltimore. Long had been hoping to play against the Bears, but it was decided to hold him out at least another week. Long was glad the injury was a fractured bone and not a ligament issue. "When you're back, you're back," Long said. "I'll take a fracture over a torn ligament. If I tore my ACL, I'm done for the year. If I tore my MCL, it's gonna linger. When I'm back (after) a bone injury, you know I'll be back."
11/12/15 - DE Chris Long (knee), who has missed two games because of a knee injury, is getting closer to returning. Head coach Jeff Fisher said, "He's close. I think he's ready to go out and run on land now, so could be a couple weeks."