NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Friday at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park to continue preparations for Sunday's game against the Chiefs at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.
Here's a look at some Titans topics in quick-hitting fashion:
-Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill practiced on a limited basis on Friday and head coach Mike Vrabel indicated he'd be a game-time decision on Sunday.
"I think so," Vrabel replied when asked if Tannehill would be a game-time decision. "We'll keep you updated. He was limited today – that's what the Injury Report will reflect, too."
Tannehill, who was also limited in Wednesday's session, did not practice at all on Thursday because of the ankle injury he suffered on October 23 vs. Indianapolis.
The Titans listed Tannehill as QUESTIONABLE for Sunday's game.
Tannehill, who missed the Houston game, was spotted in the locker room after practice.
Vrabel said Titans back-up quarterback Malik Willis, who stepped in for the injured Tannehill and made his first career start against the Texans,
Willis talked to reporters after practice on Friday.
If Willis is the guy again on Sunday, he said he'll be prepared.
"It's going to be a great environment," Willis said. "They're going to have 80,000 people yelling at us, but that's cool. I mean, that's what you play for. They have a really good defense and we just have to go out there and try to and execute the gameplan."
-Titans running back Derrick Henry (foot) returned to practice on Friday in full after missing Thursday's session and he's good to go.
"My foot is fine, there's nothing wrong," Henry said on Thursday. "I'll be out there on Sunday playing. My foot is fine – there is nothing to panic about. …There's nothing wrong with my foot – right or left. My foot is fine."
-Titans cornerback Elijah Molden practiced for the third straight day on Thursday.
On Wednesday, the team designated Elijah Molden to return to practice from the team's Injured Reserve list.
The move opened his 21-day window to be activated, but Vrabel indicated the move wouldn't be made this week.
"He started his return-to-play," Vrabel said of Molden. "I don't anticipate him being brought up."
-Titans safety Amani Hooker, who suffered a shoulder injury on Sunday, has been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Titans fullback Tory Carter (neck), inactive the last two games, has been ruled OUT for Sunday's game.
-Titans defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons (ankle) did not practice again on Friday. Simmons is listed as QUESTIONABLE for Sunday's game on the team's Injury Report.
-Edge rusher Bud Dupree did not practice on Friday because of an illness, and he's QUESTIONABLE for Sunday's game.
-Center Ben Jones (not injury related) was limited in Friday's practice but he's good to go for Sunday.
-Titans defensive tackle Naquan Jones (illness) returned to practice on Friday and he's good to go.
-Titans offensive lineman Aaron Brewer (foot) practiced in full on Friday and he's good to go.
-Titans defensive lineman Sam Okuayinonu (knee) practiced on Friday and he's good to go.
-Titans defensive lineman Kevin Strong (ankle) did not practice on Friday and he's QUESTIONABLE for Sunday's game.
-Titans outside linebacker Rashad Weaver (back) practiced for the third straight day on Friday and he's good to go. Weaver missed Sunday's game at Houston.
-Titans defensive lineman Teair Tart, added to the Injury Report on Thursday with a hamstring injury, practiced on Friday and he's good to go.
-Titans guard Nate Davis, added to the Injury Report on Thursday with a "Not Injury Related" designation, practiced in full on Friday and he's good to go.
-The Chiefs released their final Injury Report on Friday, and it looked like this: TE Jody Fortson (quad/illness) did not practice for the third straight day and he's OUT for Sunday . LB Willie Gay (hamstring), DE Mike Danna (calf), WR Mecole Hardman (heel), CB Trent McDuffie (hamstring), RB Jerick McKinnon (shoulder) and DT Derrick Nnadi (Achilles) and OL Prince Tega Wanogho (rib) were all full participants and are good to go.
-The Titans are scheduled to hold a walkthrough on Saturday before traveling to Kansas City for Sunday's game vs the Chiefs.