Wright (hamstring strain) is expected to miss Saturday's preseason game against the Raiders, the Tennessean reports.
Wright, who has been running on a side field of late during practices, is thus a candidate to see some action in the Titans' preseason finale against the Dolphins next week. On the plus side, the Tennessean report notes that Wright, who posted career-lows in catches (36) and yards (408) in 10 games last season, has "drawn praise from the coaching staff for the work he's done while injured." Once his health is re-established, look for Wright to remain a presence in the slot for Titans, with Rishard Matthews and Tajae Sharpe appearing on track to start on the outside for the team.
Walker, who needed an hour to catch his breath after leaving Saturday's preseason tilt against the Raiders, had congestion in his chest at the time and is fine, per coach Mike Mularkey.
Mularkey noted that Walker should practice Monday, which seems to confirm the notion the issue the tight end dealt with Saturday is not something that should impact his fantasy standing moving forward.
Wallace (ankle) returned to practice Friday, Jim Wyatt of Titans Online reports.
Wallace suffered a high ankle sprain during practice in early August, forcing the rookie to the sideline for a matter of weeks. The Titans take on the Panthers in their second preseason contest Saturday, but Wallace may not be ready to return to game action at this point. His next opportunity to play would be the following Saturday in Oakland.
Huff has been suspended one game for a violation of the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse.
Huff has played 63 and 81 percent of the special teams snaps for the Titans in his first two professional campaigns, respectively. Along the way, the safety has accrued 33 tackles (22 solo), four passes defended, one interception for a touchdown, and one sack in 30 career games. After missing the Titans' season opener on Sept. 11 against the Vikings, Huff will be eligible to play in Week 2 at Detroit.
Cox (ankle) is aiming to be back for the Titans' preseason finale against the Dolphins, Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com reports.
Cox suffered an ankle injury just under a week ago and was originally given a two-week timetable for a return. He's now shooting for a preseason finale return on Sep. 1, which would give him ample time for a full recovery. Previous reports indicated he was on track for a starting cornerback gig prior to the injury, so it appears he'll have just one preseason game to prove his worth on the No. 1 defense.
Riggs won't play in Saturday's game against San Diego as he continues to go through the team's concussion protocol, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
The 24-year-old has not been cleared to play since suffering a blow to the head during Tuesday's practice. Riggs' absence from Saturday's game could prove to all but kill his chances of making the Titans' roster week one. Currently, Riggs finds himself buried beneath Tennessee's depth chart in the secondary.
Palmer has been released by the Packers, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Palmer started 10 games at inside linebacker last season, registering 68 tackles for the Packers. However, with then-rookie Jake Ryan eventually taking his starting gig, and fellow linebacker Sam Barrington slated to return this season, Palmer became more expendable, even if his position is still one the Packers will likely address in the draft.
Turzilli is dealing with both a groin and thumb injury, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
It's unclear exactly when he suffered the injuries, but it's likely going to keep him limited for the time being. The Titans face off with the Panthers on Saturday in the team's second preseason outing, so it remains questionable whether or not Turzilli will be available. Turzilli is suspended for the first four games of the season for his use of performance-enhancing substances, making the injury just another hit to his chances of making the final roster.
Morgan (shoulder) may not be ready when the Titans begin OTA's in May, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports. "Morgan may be a question mark for OTAs. He may be limited. We'll be smart with him," said coach Mike Mularkey on Wednesday.
Morgan underwent season-ending surgery in December after he suffered a torn labrum in October. He will continue to rehab his shoulder in the meantime and it will become increasingly clear as the offseason progresses whether or not he'll be able to participate in OTAs in May.
Fairbairn did not play in Houston's win over New Orleans in preseason Week 2 on Saturday due to a quad injury.
Houston head coach Bill O'Brien said the injury isn't considered serious, but the kicker remains day-to-day. With Fairbairn out, Nick Novak handled the kicking duties Saturday, but he suffered a concussion on Houston's final kickoff.