NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Friday to continue preparations for Sunday's game vs the Jaguars at Nissan Stadium.
Here's a look at what happened on Friday:
-Linebacker David Long Jr. (hamstring) did not practice again on Friday and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Defensive lineman Teair Tart (ankle) did not practice again on Friday and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Cornerback Jackrabbit Jenkins (ankle) did not practice again on Friday and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Tight end Tommy Hudson (ankle) did not practice again on Friday and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Linebacker Zach Cunningham, claimed off waivers on Thursday, will not play in Sunday's game.
Cunningham, formerly with the Texans, is expected to join the team after the game.
"We are excited to add him to our football team," Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said of Cunningham. "We will talk more about Zach next week, he won't be active for the football game."
-Linebacker Rashaan Evans (ankle), who has missed the last five games, practiced in full once again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Guard Nate Davis (concussion), who has missed three games, also practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Receiver Julio Jones, receiver Racey McMath and safety Dane Cruikshank, moved to the team's "Designated for Return from Injured Reserve" list on Monday, all practiced again on Friday.
This designation opened up a 21-day window for all three players to practice with the team, and they will not count against the team's 53-man roster until being activated from Injured Reserve.
The players will not appear on the injury report since they're not currently on the 53-man roster.
The Titans have until tomorrow to decide whether they'll activate them for Sunday's game.
"We talked about the technology, to be able to use that to track their speeds prior to them being on injured reserve," Vrabel said. "It helps us to have some confidence and it especially helps the player. They can see and say, 'OK, this is where I got to.' It is good feedback and then we can evaluate how they feel. We have some time until tomorrow to make some decisions, but those guys all worked hard to get back there and be able to start to practice and were able to put some days together."
-Running back Jeremy McNichols (concussion) practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Outside linebacker Harold Landry (hamstring) practiced on a limited basis on Friday but he's good to go.
-Defensive lineman Denico Autry (knee) returned to practice on Friday after missing Thursday's practice. Autry was listed as a full participant and he's good to go
-Defensive back Elijah Molden (hip) practiced in full on Friday after being limited on Thursday and he's good to go.
-Linebacker Jayon Brown (quad) practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Outside linebacker Ola Adeniyi (hamstring) practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Cornerback Greg Mabin (ankle), who has missed the past four games, practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.
-The Jaguars released their final Injury Report on Friday, and it looked like this: OL Brandon Linder (back) did not practice and is out for Sunday's game. DE Josh Allen (shoulder), DT Malcom Brown (toe), LB Myles Jack (knee), WR Marvin Jones (NIR-Rest), DE Lerentee McCray (illness), OL Andrew Norwell (NIR-Rest), OL Ben Bartch (back), CB Tyson Campbell (groin), CB Nevin Lawson (foot), RB James Robinson (heel/knee), and CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion) all practiced on full on Friday and are good to go.
-In addition to offensive coordinator Titans HC Mike Vrabel, linebacker Ola Adeniyi, linebacker Harold Landry, cornerback Elijah Molden and tight end MyCole Pruitt all talked to reporters after Friday's practice.
-The Titans are scheduled to hold a walkthrough on Saturday leading up to Sunday's game against the Jaguars.