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Titans WR Kendall Wright likely won’t be playing Sunday, according to Jim Wyatt.
Titans HC Mike Munchak updated Wright’s status, saying that the receiver is “sore” from his rib injury and that the pass catcher isn’t expected to play Sunday.
The Titans have to face a tough Packers team that has a solid secondary, so the team will have trouble getting many big plays over the top without the threat of Wright on the outside.
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Offense (59 total)
QB: Jake Locker 59
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 58, Quinn Johnson 21, Jamie Harper 1
TE: Craig Stevens 59, Taylor Thompson 19
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