NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Friday at Saint Thomas Sports Park to wrap up preparations for Sunday's game vs the Kansas City Chiefs at Nissan Stadium.
Some quick hits on the Titans after Friday's session:
-Titans receiver Julio Jones (hamstring), who returned to the practice field on Thursday, was back at it again on Friday.
Jones, who left Monday's game against the Bills and did not finish, said he's feeling good.
The Titans listed Jones as a limited participant in Friday's session for the second day in a row. He's listed as questionable on the team's Injury Report.
"I feel pretty good," Jones said. "The weather was nice today, it wasn't too hot. I was able to get out there and move around. I wasn't fatigued. So, I feel pretty good.
"This week, I feel great, I feel good. And I'm excited about Sunday."
In four games this season, Jones has 15 catches for 263 yards. He had three catches for 59 yards against the Bills before leaving the contest.
-Receiver A.J. Brown has had a tough time coming back from his bout with food poisoning, but he was back on the practice field Friday as well after missing practices on Wednesday and Thursday.
Brown had a nice game in the team's win over Buffalo, caching seven passes for 91 yards, and he said he'll be ready to go against the Chiefs. He said he's been eating a bland diet with mashed potatoes, rice and bread.
"We are feeling a little better," Brown said. "I feel fine."
Brown as a full participant on Friday's practice.
-Left tackle Taylor Lewan (concussion) did not practice again on Friday, and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
Kendall Lamm, who stepped in for Lewan on Monday night, is expected to start at left tackle against the Chiefs.
-OLB Bud Dupree (knee) did not practice on Friday after being limited on Thursday and he's questionable for Sunday's game.
-Safety Amani Hooker (groin) was added to the Injury Report on Friday, and he's questionable for Sunday's game. Hooker was limited in Friday's session.
-WR Chester Rogers (groin) did not practice again on Friday, and he's been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Linebacker Monty Rice (groin), who didn't play on Monday night vs the Bills, has been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Guard Rodger Saffold (shoulder) practiced again on Friday and he's good to go.
-Kicker Randy Bullock (shoulder) practiced again on Friday and he's good to go.
-CB Chris Jackson (ankle) practiced again on Friday and he's good to go.
-RB Jeremy McNichols (ankle) practiced again on Friday on a limited basis and he's questionable for Sunday's game.
-FB Khari Blasingame (shoulder) practiced again on Friday and he's good to go.
-RB Derrick Henry returned to practice on Friday getting the day off on Thursday and he's good to go.
-Punter Brett Kern returned to practice on Friday after being activated from the team's Reserve/COVID-19 list earlier in the day.
-Running back Darrynton Evans, moved to the team's "Designated for Return from Injured Reserve" earlier this month, continues to practice with the team.
Center/guard Daniel Munyer and defensive lineman Larrell Murchison were added to the team's "Designated for Return from Injured Reserve" list this week.
This designation opened up a 21-day window for all three to practice, and they will not count against the team's 53-man roster until being activated from Injured Reserve.
-The Chiefs released their final Injury Report on Friday, and it looked like this: FB Michael Burton (pectoral), TE Jody Fortson (Achilles) and LB Anthon Hitchens (tricep) are all OUT for Sunday's game. WR Tyreek Hill (quad), G Joe Thuney (hand), DE Chris Jones (wrist) and CB Charvarius Ward (quad) are all QUESTIONABLE for Sunday's game. TE Travis Kelce (neck), S Tyrann Mathieu (thumb/toe), DT Jarran Reed (back), G Trey Smith (ankle), TE Blake Bell (back), T Orlando Brown (groin), DB Chris Lammers (shin), DT Khalen Saunders (ankle) and CB L'Jarius Sneed (wrist) all appeared on the team's Injury Report this week, but they're good to go.-The Titans are scheduled to hold a walkthrough on Saturday before Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
-In addition to Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, tackle Kendall Lamm and receivers Julio Jones, A.J. Brown, and Marcus Johnson all spoke to reporters after practice on Friday.