NASHVILLE, Tenn. —The Titans just wrapped up practice on Wednesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.
On Sunday, the team will face the Jaguars.
Three quick hits after today's practice:
Titans cornerback B.W. Webb has been a bit of a household name in Nashville this week.
The third-year player was called for a controversial defensive holding in the final minutes of Sunday's game against the Raiders, which kept Oakland's game-winning drive alive. Titans interim coach Mike Mularkey said the NFL told him Monday it was a "poorly officiated play" for a number of reasons.
Webb said he's tried not to pay attention to the buzz.
"I was mad at the call, but I wasn't mad at anything I did because I feel like I didn't do anything wrong,'' Webb said Wednesday. "But since, it's been kind of a normal week. I've tried not to pay any attention to (social media) or anything like that.
"Everyone has told me it was a bad call, but you can't hang your head. You just have to go back to work and move on to the next game."
Win at home
The Titans haven't won at Nissan Stadium since Oct. 12 of last season, when the team knocked off the Jaguars, 16-14.
Already it's been a big topic of conversation this week as the Jaguars return to town. The Titans have lost 11 straight home games since.
"We want to win, that is the whole goal, to win at home,'' tight end Delanie Walker said. "They always say to protect your house, so that is something we have to do – we have to protect our house. It is time.
"… This is one have to get. We can't put it no one's hands – not even the zebras. This is one where we have to finish the game and put points on the board."
Tight end Anthony Fasano (shoulder), defensive lineman Sammie Hill (knee) and running back Dexter McCluster (knee) did not practice on Wednesday.
Mularkey said Fasano could return to practice on Thursday, and expects him to play Sunday. Mularkey also spoke with optimism about defensive lineman Al Woods, who has missed the last two games with a high ankle sprain.
Woods practiced on a limited basis on Wednesday, when linebacker Derrick Morgan (shoulder) also practiced.