Quick Hits from Friday's Practice

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Titans just wrapped up practice on Friday at St. Thomas Sports Park.

On Sunday, the team will face the Dolphins.

Three quick hits after today's practice…

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Full strength**

The offensive line will be back at full strength on Sunday against the Dolphins.

Guard Chance Warmack practiced all week and is set to return after missing the previous two games with a knee injury.

Tackle Taylor Lewan has played through a shoulder injury in recent weeks. But he was back on the practice field on Friday. Warmack and Lewan are both listed as probable on the team's injury report.

"It will be good to get Chance back,'' coach Ken Whisenhunt said. "He was playing well for us and this is a big week because the guy over him (Ndamukong Suh) is a big guy and a good player. So it will be an interesting matchup."

Roster spot

The Titans plan to place linebacker Deiontrez Mount on Injured Reserve on Saturday, will which free up a roster spot.

Mount suffered a torn ACL in practice earlier in the week.

Whisenhunt said the team's plan is to promote a linebacker from the practice squad – either Justin Staples or Jason Ankrah.

Staples, who played in six games for the Titans last season, on Friday was optimistic about his chances of being promoted.

"At some point, everyone's number gets called, so I just have to make sure I am ready so I can help the team,'' Staples said. "I am excited. My body is feeling great and I am ready to get out there and fly around with my teammates."

Injury Update

Cornerback Perrish Cox was held out of Friday's practice because of hamstring tightness and he's listed as questionable for Sunday's game vs the Dolphins.

Defensive lineman Sammie Hill (knee), linebacker Avery Williamson (hamstring) and tight end Anthony Fasano (concussion) are all listed as questionable as well.

In addition to Warmack and Lewan, cornerback Cody Riggs (knee), tight end Chase Coffman (non-injury) and safety Michael Griffin (non-injury) are also listed as probable.

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