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Quick Hits After Friday's Titans Practice

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NASHVILLE – The Titans were back on the practice field on Friday to continue preparations for Sunday's game against the Minnesota Vikings.

Some quick hits on the latest developments …

-Receiver A.J. Brown, who did not play on Sunday because of a knee injury, missed practice for the third straight day on Friday and he's been ruled out for Sunday's game.

-Defensive back Chris Jackson (hamstring) was limited again in practice on Friday and he's also been ruled out for Sunday.

-Outside linebacker Derick Roberson (illness) returned to practice, but he was limited. The Titans have ruled Roberson out for Sunday. Roberson also missed the team's first two games with a knee injury.

-Cornerback Malcolm Butler (quad) was a full participant on Friday and he's good to go for Sunday.

-Tackle Dennis Kelly (illness) was a full participant once again and he's good to go.

-Tight end Jonnu Smith (ankle) practiced in full again on Friday and he's good to go.

-Titans running back Darrynton Evans (hamstring), who has missed the first two games, practiced again in full on Friday and he's been cleared to play.

-Outside linebacker Vic Beasley, who has missed the team's first two contests, practiced in full again on Friday and could play for the first time with the team on Sunday.

-Guard Jamil Douglas (hand) was a full participant for the third straight day and is good to go.

-Cornerback Johnathan Joseph (calf/illness), who was a full participant in Friday's session, and he's good to go.

-The Vikings released their final injury report on Friday. It looked like this: cornerback Cameron Dantzler (rib) and cornerback Mike Hughes (neck) are out. Running back Mike Boone (concussion) and cornerback Kris Boyd (hamstring) are questionable. The Vikings placed L Troy Dye on Injured Reserve.

-The Titans will travel to Minneapolis on Saturday for Sunday's game against the Vikings.

Titans players take the field for Friday's practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park. (Photos: Donald Page)

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