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  • Titans' A.J. Brown: All systems go Thursday

    Brown (knee) returned to full participation in practice Thursday, John Glennon of Broadway Sports Media reports.

    It's not uncommon for Brown to be limited or even sit out entirely early in the week, so his limited session Wednesday wasn't much cause for concern, and his return Thursday can put any worries over his health to rest. Brown has gotten off to a drop-plagued start, but he's still getting plenty of attention from quarterback Ryan Tannehill despite the offseason addition of fellow high-profile wide receiver Julio Jones, so it's likely only a matter of time before Tennessee's 2019 second-round pick breaks out. Such an outcome could even transpire Sunday against the Colts.

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  • Titans' Anthony Firkser: Still absent from practice

    Firkser (knee) wasn't spotted at Thursday's practice and is slated to go down as a non-participant on the Titans' report, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.

    Even though he was inactive for last week's win over the Seahawks, Firkser has seemingly taken a step back in his recovery from the knee injury. He was able to practice in a limited fashion last Wednesday and Thursday, but he's now sat out each of the Titans' subsequent three sessions. At this stage, Firkser looks unlikely to show enough improvement to suit up this weekend against the Colts, but the Titans will make an official ruling on his status with the release of Friday's injury report. Expect Geoff Swaim and MyCole Pruitt to split work at tight end if Firkser is out for another game.

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  • Titans' Randy Bullock: Situation iffy beyond Week 3

    Special teams coordinator Craig Aukerman said Thursday that the Titans are taking the kicking situation with Bullock and Sam Ficken (groin) "day-to-day," Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.

    Bullock made four of his five field-goal attempts during last week's contest against the Seahawks, including the game-winning kick, but his longer-term situation in Tennessee still remains unclear. Ficken is guaranteed to spend at least one more contest on IR, but once the Penn State product returns to full health, the Titans will have to make a decision between he and Bullock. In any case, Bullock is set to draw at least one more start versus the Colts on Sunday.

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  • Titans' Taylor Lewan: All clear

    Lewan (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

    Lewan spent Week 2 on the sideline due to his lingering knee injury, but he appears set to retake the field during Sunday's upcoming contest against the Colts. Barring any setbacks, he can be expected to hold down the fort at left tackle as per usual.

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  • Titans' Anthony Firkser: Misses practice with knee injury

    Firkser (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

    Firkser was a limited participant last Wednesday and Thursday before sitting out entirely Friday. He then missed Tennessee's win over Seattle, with his usual snaps at tight end being split between Geoff Swaim and MyCole Pruitt. The absence Wednesday suggests Firsker could miss another game this Sunday against the Colts.

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  • Titans' A.J. Brown: Limited in Wednesday's practice

    Brown (knees) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.

    Brown was a limited participant last week before upgrading to full activity Thursday and Friday. Even if he doesn't follow the exact same routine this week, he should be fine for Sunday's matchup with the Colts. The 24-year-old wideout has caught only seven passes for 92 yards and a touchdown through two games, but he's more or less seeing his normal workload in terms of snap share (83 percent) and target share (22.7 percent share).

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  • Titans' Harold Landry: Leads way in tackles

    Landry recorded seven tackles in Sunday's Week 2 win over the Seahawks.

    Landry was on the field for 94 percent of the team's defensive snaps and also saw a few plays on special teams. He led the team in tackles, though a trio of players tallied six stops. Landry has gotten off to a strong start this season, logging 10 tackles and a sack through two contests.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 149.0
(4th)
282.5
(13th)
390.0
(11th)
Def. 106.5
(13th)
316.0
(27th)
406.5
(24th)

Injuries

Player Injury
J. Brown ILB Jayon Brown ILB Hamstring
D. Evans RB Darrynton Evans RB Knee
A. Firkser TE Anthony Firkser TE Knee
B. Dupree OLB Bud Dupree OLB Knee
S. Ficken K Sam Ficken K Groin

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