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Quick Hits After Wednesday's Titans Practice

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NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Wednesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park to begin preparations for Sunday's game vs the Rams at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles.

Some quick hits on the Titans after Wednesday's session:

-Running back Adrian Peterson, decked out in No.8, made his practice field debut on Wednesday after being signed to the team's practice squad on Tuesday.

Peterson drew a crowd, as cameras and cell phones were aimed in his direction during the open stretch period.

-Receiver Julio Jones (hamstring) was back on the practice field on Wednesday after missing Sunday's game vs the Colts. Titans Coach Mike Vrabel said the team plans to evaluate Jones and his condition throughout the week. Jones was limited in Wednesday's session.

-Fullback Khari Blasingame (knee), who did not play in Sunday's game vs the Colts, did not practice on Wednesday.

-Defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday.

-Outside linebacker Bud Dupree (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

-Linebacker Rashaan Evans (ankle), who did not play against the Colts, did not practice on Wednesday.

-Guard Nate Davis, who was being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game at Indianapolis, did not practice on Wednesday.

-Safety Dane Cruikshank, who the team announced was also being evaluated for a concussion on Sunday, was at practice. He was listed as a full participant on the Injury Report.

-Defensive lineman Teair Tart (groin), who did not play against the Colts, was on the practice field on Wednesday. He was listed as a limited participant on the Injury Report.

-Tackle Kendall Lamm (ankle), who did not play against the Colts, was also back on the practice field Wednesday. He was listed as a limited participant on the Injury Report.

-Cornerback Greg Mabin (ankle) did not practice on Wednesday.

-Defensive back Chris Jackson (foot) did not practice on Wednesday.

-Fullback Tory Carter (shoulder) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

-Linebacker Jayon Brown, outside linebacker Derick Roberson and center Aaron Brewer, moved to the team's "Designated for Return from Injured Reserve" list last month, continue to practice with the team.

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.

-Running back D'Onta Foreman was also on the field for the first time in 2021 after also being signed to the practice squad on Tuesday. Foreman, who has been assigned No.45, played with the Titans in 2020.

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-Defensive back Nate Brooks, signed to the practice squad on Tuesday, has been assigned No. 38.

-Defensive lineman Niles Scott, also added to the team's practice squad on Tuesday, has been assigned No.78.

-The Titans held a lighter practice, with a stretch and walkthrough.

-The Rams released their initial Injury Report on Wednesday, and it looked like this: DL Bobby Brown (NIR-Personal), TE Brycen Hopkins (illness), WR Cooper Kupp (NIR-Rest), LB Von Miller (ankle), QB Matthew Stafford (Back), CB Jalen Ramsey (NIR-Rest), OL Andrew Whitworth (NIR-Rest), WR Robert Woods (foot) did not practice. DL Sebastian Joseph-Day (chest) was limited.

-The Titans are scheduled to practice on Thursday and Friday before traveling to Los Angeles on Saturday for Sunday's game against the Rams.

-In addition to Titans HC Mike Vrabel, quarterback Ryan Tannehill, defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons, safety Kevin Byard, linebacker David Long, guard Rodger Saffold and running back Jeremy McNichols all spoke to reporters before practice on Wednesday.

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