NASHVILLE – Will Levis strolled out to his media availability on Wednesday in slippers.
But the Titans rookie quarterback isn't looking to kick his feet up and relax the rest of the week – even though he's dealing with injuries on both feet.
"It's frustrating, it's annoying," Levis said. "That's probably the word I'd used to describe it – it's annoying. I'm just trying to do whatever I can to keep the right mindset and do what I can to get ready and get healthy. But it's nothing too serious, and it's nothing to be too worried about it."
Levis, who didn't practice on Wednesday, left Sunday's game in Houston midway through the second quarter with a right foot injury after being sacked. Levis left the field on a cart, and he did not return.
Levis said it's a different injury than the left ankle injury he'd been dealing with this season. Levis said the latest injury was "sparked" when he got stepped on. Levis said he's dealing with some pain from pushing off the foot.
"I'm not limping around too much, so I feel pretty good," Levis said. "(Trainers) have a bunch of rehab stuff I am able to do with the ankle and the foot, they are different obviously. I am just doing what they tell me to do."
Veteran quarterback Ryan Tannehill finished the game on Sunday, and he's in line to start again – instead of Malik Willis – against the Jaguars on Sunday in the event Levis sits out the finale at Nissan Stadium.
In nine starts this season, Levis has thrown for 1,808 yards with eight touchdowns and four interceptions, with a passer rating of 84.2. He's been sacked 28 times.
Levis said he wants to play.
"It means a lot," Levis said. "We want to win, and I want to win. And I want to have good feelings going into next year."