Jets defensive lineman Damon Harrisonleft Week 4 at home against the Lions because of an ankle injury, according to the New York Post. Harrison had four solo tackles before leaving the game in the second half.
For the first time all season, Chris Johnson averaged more yards per carry than Chris Ivory for the Jets in Week 4 against the Lions Sunday. Still, Ivory dominated the playing time, as he continues to look like the best option in the Jets' backfield.
Jets cornerback Dee Milliner participated in the portion of practice open to reporters, according to The Star-Ledger. Milliner, who's missed the past two games with a quad injury, stretched, went to the rehab area and then jogged onto the field when positional drills began, the report said.
Jets defensive back Calvin Pryorwas forced out of Week 4 at home against the Lions with a quad injury, according to the team's official website. Pryor left the game late in the first half with the injury and was ruled questionable to return. He had three tackles and half a sack before leaving the game.
Titans defensive tackle Jurrell Casey signed a four-year contract extension worth $36 million, including $20.5 million guaranteed, his agent told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Casey had 10.5 sacks and 55 tackles last year.
Titans quarterback Jake Locker, who missed Week 4 with a wrist injury, said he did everything at Wednesday's practice and feels good, reports The Tennessean. Locker said he expects to start Sunday against the Browns.
Titans tight end Delanie Walker, who's nursing a shoulder injury, did not practice Wednesday, reports The Tennessean. Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday he expected Walker to be limited this week ahead of Sunday's game against the Browns.