NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Receiver Kenny Britt says his injured right hamstring is feeling better and expects to play Sunday against Denver after making it through a second straight day with a full practice.
"It's feeling better today, better than yesterday, and I'm happy about that,'' Britt said Friday of the hamstring that tightened up and cut his practice short Wednesday.
Both Britt and running back Chris Johnson, who sat out Wednesday with sore ribs, have worked the past two days.
Receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) is questionable after practicing a second straight day. Safety Chris Hope, who missed last week with a shoulder injury, was limited and is listed as questionable as well.
Coach Mike Munchak indicated Hope is the most likely of the four to miss Sunday's game. If Hope can't play, Jordan Babineaux would start for the second straight week.
"I think we're really pretty good. The only guy who is limited was Hope,'' Munchak said. "Kenny practiced the whole way through, and so did Chris for the second day in a row, so they're fine. I have no concerns about them. And Damian did everything today, and that's a good sign that he will be available.''