Quick Hits

Presented by

Quick Hits After Wednesday's Titans Practice

200923-line

NASHVILLE – The Titans were back on the practice field on Wednesday to begin 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, did not practice on Wednesday.

-Tackle Dennis Kelly (illness), cornerback Malcolm Butler (quad), tight end Jonnu Smith (ankle), defensive back Chris Jackson (hamstring) and outside linebacker Derick Roberson (illness) also did not practice.

-Titans running back Darrynton Evans (hamstring), who also sat out Sunday's game, practiced in full on Wednesday.

-Outside linebacker Vic Beasley, who has missed the team's first two contests, practiced on Wednesday as well as he edges closer to making his Titan debut. He was listed as a full participant on Wednesday.

-Guard Jamil Douglas (hand) and cornerback Johnathan Joseph (calf) are listed on the injury report, but they were full participants in Wednesday's session.

-Receiver Chester Rogers, signed to the team's practice squad on Tuesday, was on the practice field. He's been assigned No.80 although he was decked out in No.81 on Wednesday.

-Running back Jeremy McNichols was promoted from the practice squad to the 53-man roster early on Wednesday.

-The Vikings released their first injury report today. It looks like this: CB Cameron Dantzler (rib), linebacker Troy Dye (foot), cornerback Mike Hughes (neck) and running back Mike Boone (concussion) did not practice. Tackle Riley Reiff (ankle) was limited.

-The Titans were tentatively scheduled to practice inside the team's bubble on Wednesday, but when the rain cleared, the team practiced outside at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

-The Titans are scheduled to practice again on Thursday and Friday before traveling to Minnesota for Sunday's game against the Vikings.

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

Related Content

Advertising