Kamalei Correa's wish has been granted.
The Tennessee Titans fulfilled Correa's trade request Wednesday, sending him to AFC South rival Jacksonville, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo reported.
Correa requested the trade following Tuesday night's game against Buffalo, for which he was considered to be healthy and available but was inactive. Correa had been activated from the team's reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday before the game.
The linebacker has played just 39 snaps in 2020. A former second-round pick, Correa has recorded 77 tackles and 8.5 sacks in a little over five professional seasons. He'll be taking his talents to Jacksonville, where the Jaguars currently sit tied with the Houston Texans at the bottom of the division standings.
The Titans also activated wide receivers Adam Humphries and Cameron Batson from the reserve/COVID-19 list with Humphries rejoining the 53-man roster and Batson returning to the practice squad.
Elsewhere in injury and transaction news Wednesday:
- Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams (hamstring), who's missed the last two games, was a full participant in practice on Wednesday. Packers nose tackle Kenny Clark, who has also missed time with a groin injury, was likewise a full participant. Linebacker Rashan Gary (ankle) and tight end Marcedes Lewis (knee) were each limited.
- Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer told reporters running back Dalvin Cook (groin) is "feeling really good" after talking to him Wednesday, and the team will "just see how it goes" with Cook's status entering Week 6. Cook suffered the injury in Minnesota's loss to Seattle on Sunday night and did not return to the action. Cook currently leads the NFL in rushing with 489 yards, while his Vikings enter Week 6 with just one win to their name in 2020. Cook did not practice on Wednesday, however, nor did cornerback Holton Hill (foot) or Jaleel Johnson (back). Offensive lineman Garrett Bradbury (finger/knee) was limited.
- New England Patriots quarterback Cam Newton has been removed from the team's reserve/COVID-19 list, Garafolo reported per the transaction wire.
- Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule told reporters Wednesday that running back Christian McCaffrey, who is on injured reserve with an ankle injury, will not be activated this week. This is the first week McCaffrey is eligible to be activated from IR. Rhule also said defensive tackle Kawann Short (shoulder) will require season-ending surgery and be headed to IR. Defensive end Brian Burns (concussion) did not practice, and cornerback Donte Jackson and wide receiver Curtis Samuel were limited.
- Denver Broncos quarterback Drew Lock, who's been sidelined since Week 2 with a shoulder injury, is full-go at practice Wednesday. It's a good sign that he'll start Sunday against the Patriots, NFL Network's James Palmer reported.
- Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson did not practice, and coach Doug Pederson wouldn't comment on the second opinion Johnson received for his ankle injury. Cornerback Darius Slay (concussion) also did not practice, while wide receiver Alshon Jeffery (foot) and cornerback Avonte Maddox (ankle) were limited.
- Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury said linebacker Chandler Jones will undergo biceps surgery and miss the rest of the season.
- Washington quarterback Dwayne Haskins did not practice Wednesday because of illness. The team said he was sent home with medicine and that repeated tests for COVID-19 have all come back negative. Running back Antonio Gibson (toe) was limited. Washington claimed defensive end Casey Toohill off waivers from the Eagles, who drafted him in the seventh round this year, Garafolo reported. The team later confirmed the claim.
- New York Jets quarterback Sam Darnold won't play for the second consecutive week. Joe Flacco will fill in again for the third-year signal-caller who is dealing with a shoulder injury. The team designated rookie wide receiver Denzel Mims, cornerback Arthur Maulet and offensive lineman Cameron Clarke to return to practice. New York also officially released running back Le'Veon Bell, per the transaction wire. Offensive tackle Mekhi Becton (shoulder) did not practice, and wide receiver Breshad Perriman (ankle), defensive tackle Quinnen Williams were limited.
- Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield (chest) was limited in practice Wednesday but is expected to play Sunday vs. the Steelers. Running back Kareem Hunt (thigh) was also limited, while wide receiver Jarvis Landry (hip, rib) did not practice. Cleveland also signed cornerback Robert Jackson.
- Las Vegas Raiders defensive end Carl Nassib suffered a broken big toe on Sunday, Garafolo reported. It's unclear at this point how much time he'll miss.
- Jacksonville Jaguars wide receivers Laviska Shenault Jr. (hamstring) and D.J. Chark (ankle) and tight end Tyler Eifert (neck) did not practice Wednesday.
- San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) practiced in full on Wednesday. LB Kwon Alexander (ankle) did not participate in practice.
- The Chicago Bears placed offensive lineman James Daniels on injured reserve.
- Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones (hamstring) did not practice Wednesday, while defensive end Dante Fowler (ankle), wide receiver Russell Gage (shoulder), tight end Hayden Hurst (back), defensive tackle Grady Jarrett (back), defensive end Takkarist McKinley (groin), safety Keanu Neal (hamstring) and linebacker Foye Oluokun (knee) were limited.
- Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Mackensie Alexander (hamstring), running back Giovani Bernard (groin) and wide receiver A.J. Green (hamstring) were limited participants in practice.
- Indianapolis Colts tight end Mo Alie-Cox (knee), defensive tackle Denico Autry (ankle, knee), safety Julian Blackmon defensive end Justin Houston (hip) and linebacker Shaquille Leonard (groin) did not practice. Offensive tackle Anthony Castonzo (rib) and running back Jordan Wilkins (calf) were limited.
- Pittsburgh Steelers guard David DeCastro (abdomen), tight end Eric Ebron (hand), wide receiver Diontae Johnson (back), center Maurkice Pouncey (foot), wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster did not practice. Linebacker T.J. Watt (shoulder) was limited.
- Detroit Lions tight end Hunter Bryant (concussion) and cornerback cornerback Desmond Trufant (hamstring) did not practice.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans (ankle) did not practice, and linebacker Lavonte David (knee), running back Leonard Fournette (ankle), wide receiver Chris Godwin (hamstring), tight end Rob Gronkowski (shoulder), running back LeSean McCoy (ankle), wide receiver Scott Miller (hip, groin) and linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul (knee) were limited.
- Miami Dolphins linebacker Kyle Van Noy (groin) did not practice.
- New York Giants defensive end Dexter Lawrence (knee), safety Jabrill Peppers (ankle) and wide receiver Darius Slayton (foot) were limited in practice.
- Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters (thigh), safety Jimmy Smith (knee) and offensive tackle Ronnie Stanley (shoulder) did not practice Wednesday.