NASHVILLE – The Titans returned to the practice field on Thursday at Ascension Saint Thomas Sports Park to continue preparations for Sunday's game vs the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Here's a look at today's developments:
-Quarterback Will Levis was back on the practice field on Thursday, but in a limited fashion.
Levis is listed on the Injury Report with a (right) foot injury. He'd previously been listed with the left ankle injury.
Here's a clip of Levis from the open period:
And here's a look at veteran quarterback Ryan Tannehill, who is in line to start if Levis is ruled out or the Titans elect to sit him in the finale:
-Running back Derrick Henry met with reporters on Thursday, his 30th birthday.
Henry discussed a number of topics in a separate story I wrote earlier today: CLICK HERE to read it.
And, check out these video clips of Henry:
-Titans cornerback Caleb Farley, who returned to practice last month, practiced again on Wednesday but he won't play vs the Jaguars.
Farley, a first-round pick out of Virginia Tech in 2021, remains on the team's Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list.
-Now, for all the injury updates from Thursday:
-Receiver Colton Dowell (knee) did not practice.
-Cornerback Eric Garror (illness/knee) was limited.
-Defensive back Anthony Kendall (knee) did not practice.
-Quarterback Will Levis (foot) was limited.
-Defensive lineman TK McLendon (shoulder) did not practice.
-Defensive lineman Denico Autry (NIR-Rest) was limited in practice.
-Guard Daniel Brunskill (ankle) did not practice.
-Tackle Jaelyn Duncan (neck) did not practice.
-Receiver DeAndre Hopkins (NIR-Rest) was limited in practice.
-Outside linebacker Caleb Murphy (shoulder) was limited in practice.
-Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting (hip) was limited in practice.
-Tight end Kevin Rader (hip) was limited in practice.
-Cornerback Tre Avery (knee) was a full participant.
-Linebacker Otis Reese (groin) was a full participant.
-Running back Derrick Henry (NIR-Rest) did not practice.
-Center Aaron Brewer (ankle/knee) was limited.
-The Titans are scheduled to practice again on Friday before holding a walkthrough on Saturday, ahead of Sunday's game vs the Jaguars.