McCluster will be out for 2-3 weeks due to his knee injury suffered during Thursday's game.
McCluster took a hard hit to his knee during Thursday's loss to the Jaguars, which will force him to miss the Titans' next couple games or so. With him out, Antonio Andrews will likely enjoy an expanded role, while rookie David Cobb and Bishop Sankey also factor into the mix.
The Titans signed defensive lineman Al Woods to a two-year deal Wednesday, ending his two-year run with the Steelers. Woods' contract will pay him $5 million over two years, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Jaguars.
With Wreh-Wilson out and Jason McCourty now on IR, the Titans' secondary is banged up in advance of Thursday's game, but fortunately for the team, fellow cornerback Perrish Cox is back in the mix this week, after sitting out Week 10's action.
Wright (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Following full practice sessions both Thursday and Friday, Wright is ready to play for the first time since Week 8. The matchup is excellent for Tennessee's passing offense, with Wright in particular standing to benefit from the continued struggles of Oakland cornerback D.J. Hayden, who plays the slot in nickel packages.
Adams (ankle) is doubtful for Sunday's matchup with the Buccaneers, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Adams may miss his second game in a row due to a lingering ankle injury. The 34-year-old did not practice on Wednesday or Thursday, so it seems unlikely he'll make it on the field Sunday. If he is out, look for Colt Anderson to pick up the start in his place.
Davis suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's game against the Falcons and is doubtful to return.
The severity of the injury is still unknown, but it's not a promising sign for Colts' fans that Davis is likely done for the day. With Davis on the sidelines look for Darius Butler to finish out the game at corner.
Gore (knee) is listed as probable for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
After missing Wednesday's practice, Gore returned as a full participant both Thursday and Friday. While seemingly not in any danger of missing the game, he will have to contend with a Tampa Bay run defense that has played at an elite level since a Week 6 bye. Of course, with Matt Hasselbeck under center, the Colts may still try to establish their running game from the get-go.
Luck (abdomen/kidney) expects he'll be able to play again this season. "Yeah, very confident. Very confident I'll be able to return," he told TV 4 WTTV in Indianapolis.
Luck made the comments in his first media availability since suffering a lacerated kidney and torn abdominal muscle Nov. 8. Luck says he's picked up his activity, but gave no timetable for when he may be able to return to practice. While Luck's comments are encouraging, there's always a risk he could be shut down if the Colts fall out of the playoff race.
Smith has been activated from the Colts' injured reserve/designated to return list.
Smith returns to the Colts' active roster after a knee injury ruled him out for the first half of this season. The rookie third-rounder is expected to add solid depth to the Colts' secondary, potentially vying for their nickel role in the coming weeks.
Toler, who has been out since late August with a neck issue, is back in action Thursday, but a wait-and-see approach is in order from an IDP perspective until he gets a full game in. Toler recorded 57 tackles and two picks in 15 contests for the Colts last season.