NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Titans just wrapped up practice on Friday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
On Sunday, the team will face the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field.
Three quick hits after today's practice:
Lewan a go**
Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan practiced again on Friday and will play on Sunday against the Bears.
Lewan suffered a knee injury in last week's game against the Colts and did not finish the contest.
"I am playing this week," Lewan said on Friday. "I'll be 100 percent by the time we go to the game. It doesn't hurt at all. It feels great."
Lewan said he feels like he dodged a bullet with the injury. He said the initial fear in Indianapolis was he suffered a torn ACL.
"I thought I was a 6-to-9 months,'' Lewan said of recovery time. "We definitely thought it was way worse than it ended up being, so I got way lucky, and definitely dodged a huge bullet. But it is not going to stop me from playing fast."
Lewan was limited in Thursday's practice after sitting out Wednesday. He was a full participant on Friday.
"Taylor is a tough guy,'' coach Mike Mularkey said. "He doesn't have to show me anything. I know he is tough."
Bass return trip**
Linebacker David Bass spent his first two seasons with the Bears.
Bass played in 20 games for the Bears in 2013-14, and tallied 32 tackles and four sacks. But he was released by the Bears prior to the 2015 season, and claimed off waivers by the Titans.
Bass has played in 27 games for the Titans since.
"I have great memories from being there," Bass said of his time with the Bears. "That's kind of where it all started, and it's where I built my foundation. So it will be good to go back and face the old team, and coaches and players."
Tight end Phillip Supernaw (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game.
Safety Daimion Stafford is dealing with slight hamstring tightness, Mularkey said after Friday's practice, and he is questionable vs. the Bears.
Running back DeMarco Murray (foot) and cornerback Brice McCain (knee) practiced again on Friday and they'll also play on Sunday.
TitansOnline.com looks back at the team's all-time series against the Chicago Bears. (AP Photos)