NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Friday at Saint Thomas Sports Park to put the finishing touches on preparations for Sunday's game against the Seahawks in Seattle.
Some quick hits after Friday's practice:
-Veteran receiver Julio Jones wasn't happy with his Titans debut, and he said he wants to do more in Week Two.
"It was rough for me for sure, starting out," Jones said on Friday. "But last week is last week. You don't want to look back, but you want to learn from previous weeks."
Jones caught three passes for 29 yards in the loss to the Cardinals. He also picked up a roughness penalty, and acknowledged on Friday he "took it too far."
A seven-time Pro Bowler with the Falcons, Jones said he's feeling better each week from a conditioning standpoint, and being on the same page with quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Jones said he's ready to return to action against a tough Seattle defense.
"Every week, we want to get out there and play," Jones said. "For me, I just want to get the bad taste out of my mouth, because I didn't put the best version of myself out there on film. But I can't be anxious. I've been doing this for a long time, and you can't be anxious. It's a process, and I just have to work toward that and when Sunday comes it comes. … At the end of the day, the only person stopping me is me, and that's it. It's just me working on myself."
-The Titans practiced in the rain for the second day this week. Sunday's forecast in Seattle calls for a 60 percent chance of rain, with a high of 63 degrees.
-Titans coach Mike Vrabel ruled out cornerback Caleb Farley for Sunday's game. Farley is on the Injury Report with a shoulder injury, and he won't travel to Seattle with the team.
-Outside linebacker Bud Dupree (knee) was limited in practice again on Friday and he's listed as questionable on th team's Injury Report.
-Linebacker David Long, inactive for Sunday's game against the Cardinals because of a hamstring injury, was a full participant on Friday and he's listed as questionable on the Injury Report.
-Tight end Anthony Firkser (knee), listed as limited on Thursday for the second day in a row, did not practice on Friday and he's listed as questionable on the team's Injury Report.
-Outside linebacker Harold Landry, who appeared on the Injury Report earlier in the week with a groin injury, practiced in full on Friday and he's good to go. After practice, Landry discussed the challenge in facing Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
-Defensive back Chris Jackson, who appeared on the team's Injury Report earlier in the week with a hamstring injury, practiced in full on Friday and he's good to go.
-Receiver Josh Reynolds, who appears on the team's Injury Report with a foot injury, also practiced in full on Friday and is good to go.
-Outside linebacker Derick Roberson, who appears on the team's Injury Report with a groin injury, practiced in full on Friday and is good to go.
-Jones and A.J. Brown both practiced again on Friday. Brown is on the Injury Report with a knee injury, but he practiced in full again on Friday and is good to go.
-Linebacker Rashaan Evans, added to the Injury Report on Thursday with a groin injury, practiced in full on Friday and he's good to go.
-Linebacker Jayon Brown, added to the team's Injury Report on Thursday with a hamstring injury, did not practice on Friday and he's listed as questionable on the Injury Report.
-The Tennessee on Friday added kicker Ryan Santoso to their practice squad and released T Christian DiLauro from the practice squad. Santoso (6-5, 258) entered the NFL as a college free agent in 2019 with Detroit. He spent three weeks with the Titans during the 2019 season and spent all of last season on the New York Giants practice squad. Last month he was traded from the Giants to Carolina and kicked in the opener for the Panthers, connecting on both field goal tries and was one of two on extra points. As a college player at the University of Minnesota, he served as field goal kicker and punter
-The Seahawks released their second Injury Report on Thursday and it looked like this: D'Wayne Eskridge (knee), G Damien Lewis (groin), T Jamarco Jones (knee) and RB Rashaad Penny (calf) did not practice. DT Bryan Mone (elbow) was limited, WR G Gabe Jackson (NIR-Rest), RB Chris Carson (NIR-Rest), and T Duane Brown (NIR-Rest), WR Penny Hart (concussion), S Marquise Blair (knee), CB Sidney Jones (groin) and CB D.J. Reed (foot) practiced in full. The Seahawks will release their final Injury Report later today.
-In addition to Jones and Landry, cornerback Elijah Molden and tight end MyCole Pruitt talked to reporters after Friday's practice.
-The Titans are scheduled to fly to Seattle on Saturday morning. The team will hold a walk-through and conduct meetings in Seattle on Saturday ahead of Sunday's game against the Seahawks.