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Three Quick Hits from Wednesday's Practice



NASHVILLE, Tenn. –** The Titans just wrapped up practice on Wednesday at Saint Thomas Sports Park.

On Sunday, the team will face the Cincinnati Bengals at Nissan Stadium.

Three quick hits: 


20 tackles?!?**

Titans linebacker Wesley Woodyard was credited with 14 tackles in the official game book after Sunday's game against the Ravens.

When coaches reviewed the film, the number was bumped up to 20 tackles – the highest one-game total in the Titans era.

"To be honest with you, I didn't feel like I made any tackles in the game," Woodyard said on Wednesday. "And it is usually that way. Whenever you think you are making a lot, you really don't make any.

"I didn't know I made 20 tackles in that game, but after watching the film – I watched it three times just to make sure – I did."

Woodyard, who now has 102 tackles on the season and is on pace for 204, said his body feels great at the halfway point of the season.

The 10th-year veteran said he feels as good as he's felt since his rookie season. 

He laughed when asked if he has an incentive in his contract for 200 tackles.

"If I get 200 tackles," Woodyard said, "my only incentive would be happy as hell."


Davis workload**

Titans receiver Corey Davis played 39 of the team's 52 snaps Sunday, and had two catches for 28 yards.

Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Davis surprised him with how much he was able to do.

The rookie's workload could increase even more moving forward.

"He's going to go as he can go," Mularkey said of Davis. "I thought it was pretty impressive that it didn't look like he was affected by not playing in game. I watch him work, not just in the classroom but his conditioning in here, and it's paid off."

Davis, who missed five games earlier this season with an ankle injury, said he's ready for more.

"I felt good," Davis said. "I wasn't complaining (with how much I played). I want to play as much as possible."


Guard Quinton Spain (turf toe), linebacker Derrick Morgan (knee), tight end Delanie Walker (ankle) and receiver Eric Decker did not practice on Wednesday.

Spain missed Sunday's game, and "is up in the air" for this Sunday's game against the Bengals.

Running back DeMarco Murray, who has been dealing with numerous injuries, practiced on Wednesday.

"He's a tough football player,'" Mularkey said of Murray.

Titans players take the field for Wednesday's practice at Saint Thomas Sports Park. (Photos: Gary Glenn)

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