NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Thursday to continue preparations for Sunday's game in Cleveland against the Browns.
Here's a look at the developments of the day, in quick-hitting fashion …
-Titans running back Derrick Henry needs only 97 more rushing yards to eclipse Earl Campbell's 8,574 rushing yards with the franchise and claim second place on the Titans/Oilers all-time rushing list.
Only Eddie George (10,009) has more rushing yards than Campbell in the history of the team, which began in 1960.
Henry said he grew up a big fan of Campbell, who played from 1978-1984 with the franchise.
"Earl Campbell is one of those running back superheroes that you hear about growing up as a kid," Henry said. "For my name to be mentioned with his, it is surreal. It's very cool, (I'm) very blessed and thankful. The impact he's had on this organization; everybody knows who Earl Campbell is.
"For me to me mentioned with his name, it's like a dream come true."
Henry has 8,478 yards and 79 touchdowns on 1,790 career rushing attempts since entering the NFL as a second-round pick in 2016.
George and Campbell are two of the 22 players in NFL history to reach 8,500 rushing yards with one team.
-Safety Amani Hooker, who missed Sunday's game against the Chargers with a concussion, was back at practice again on Thursday. Hooker was a full participant for the second day in a row.
Titans Coach Mike Vrabel said on Wednesday Hooker still hasn't cleared concussion protocol, however, and he'll still need to progress through the next steps this week. Hooker suffered a concussion in the season opener in New Orleans.
-Cornerback Kristian Fulton, who missed Sunday's game against the Chargers with a hamstring injury, was back at practice again on Thursday. Fulton was a full participant once again.
-Receiver/return man Kearis Jackson left practice early on Thursday with a trainer. He was listed as limited on the Injury Report with an ankle injury.
-Guard Peter Skoronski, who missed Sunday's game against the Chargers, did not practice again on Thursday.
-Defensive lineman Teair Tart (knee) was back at practice on Thursday after not practicing on Wednesday. Tart was listed as a limited participant.
-Outside linebacker Harold Landry (hamstring) was back at practice on Thursday, also listed as a limited participant.
-Defensive back Anthony Kendall (hip) did not practice again on Thursday.
-Linebacker Luke Gifford (quad), who did not practice on Wednesday, was on the field for the stretch period on Thursday but went inside. Officially, he was listed as 'Did Not Practice.'
-Defensive lineman Denico Autry (foot) was back at practice on Thursday and listed as a limited participant.
-Running back Derrick Henry (toe), limited in Wednesday's practice, did not practice on Thursday.
-Receiver DeAndre Hopkins (ankle) was back on the practice field on Thursday. Hopkins was a limited participant on Thursday after practicing in full on Wednesday.
-The Titans re-signed defensive lineman Jayden Peevy to the practice squad on Thursday.
-The Browns released their second Injury Report on Thursday, and it looked like this: G Joey Bitonio (rest) practiced in full on Thursday. WR Amari Cooper (groin/shoulder) was limited, while DE Myles Garrett (rest) was a full participant on Thursday. CB Greg Newsome (elbow) did not practice for the second day in a row, while DE Za'Darius Smith (ankle/thigh), LB Stone Takitaki (shoulder), LB Anthony Walker (pectoral) and T Jedrick Wills (shoulder) were all limited on Thursday. DT Siaki Ika (foot) and S Juan Thornhill (calf) were full participants. Meanwhile, tight end David Njoku (rest) got the day off, and tackle James Hudson (ankle) was limited.
-The Titans are scheduled to practice again on Friday before holding a walk-through on Saturday morning. The team is scheduled to fly to Cleveland on Saturday afternoon for Sunday's game against the Browns.