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Tennessee Titans tight end Craig Stevens practiced for the second consecutive day Friday but remains questionable for Sunday's game at Jacksonville.
Stevens hadn't practiced Monday or Wednesday after sustaining a mild hamstring injury Nov. 11 in a 37-3 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
The Titans (4-6) haven't played since the Dolphins game, and the bye week has given injured players time to heal.
Wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins (ankle), running back Jamie Harper (ankle), linebacker Xavier Adibi (knee) and tackle Byron Stingily (back) practiced Friday and also are questionable. Quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder), linebacker Colin McCarthy (ankle) and receiver Kenny Britt (knee) are probable.
Safety Al Afalava remains doubtful and hasn't practiced all week due to a high ankle sprain.
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