The Tennessee Titans had two key players back in what amounts to their only practice of the week in preparation for Thursday night’s showdown with the Indianapolis Colts.
Guard Rodger Saffold, who left Sunday’s win over the Chicago Bears with a shoulder injury, was listed as a full partipanton the Titans injury report.
Also listed as a full participant was outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney, who missed Sunday’s game with Chicago due to a knee injury. Clowney initially suffered the injury against Pittsburgh on Oct. 25, but returned to finish that game and played the following week against Cincinnati before being shut down against the Bears.
Receiver A.J. Brown, who has been getting rest time for his injured knee each week, was a full participant on Tuesday.
Also, cornerback Adoree’ Jackson continues to be a mystery, as he was not seen on the practice field, per various reports, and will not play against the Colts. The Titans have to make a decision on Jackson’s status for the remainder of the season on Wednesday, either activating him onto the 53-man roster or placing him back on injured reserve and shutting him down for the season.
Others who did not practice and are not expected to play in the game between the top two teams in the AFC South include wide receiver Adam Humphries, who remains in the concussion protocol after a hit to the head in Cincinnati. Tight end MyCole Pruitt is out as well with a knee sprain. Safety Dane Cruikshank did not practice due to a groin injury. Tackle Dennis Kelly, who has been getting rest for his knee during the week, did not practice Tuesday. Cornerback Chris Milton did not practice due to a hamstring issue.