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Wide receiver Nate Washington, tight end Jared Cook and fullback Ahmard Hall were back on the practice field for the Tennessee Titans on Friday and will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Carolina.
Linebacker Barrett Ruud sat out again Friday with his injured groin, but will be questionable and will be a game-time decision for the Titans.
Rookie linebacker Colin McCarthy, just back from a hamstring injury, could get his first NFL start if Ruud cannot go.
Safety Chris Hope, who has practiced fully this week in returning from a broken forearm, will be listed as questionable. Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck (knee) will be probable, while defensive end Dave Ball is out with a concussion.
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Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington sat out practice against Thursday with a hip injury.
Washington suffered a hip pointer in Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. He said he hurt the hip on a couple of occasions during the game before he was forced to the sideline in the fourth quarter.
After a season-ending injury to No. 1 wideout Kenny Britt, Washington has...
When last seen at LP Field after Sunday's loss to Cincinnati, WR Nate Washington could barely walk and said his hip had gone numb on him late in the game. By Wednesday, Washington was feeling much better, even though he did not practice. The likely plan is for Washington to rest for a couple of days and perhaps practicing on Friday with the receiver likely playing Sunday against...
First Andy Dalton last week, and now Cam Newton with Carolina. All of the highly drafted quarterbacks already are starting in the NFL except Jake Locker in Tennessee, the eighth pick overall.
Locker says he's not jealous and is just as busy learning as his fellow rookies. He also feels he has a big advantage the others lack. He is studying and learning from 13-year veteran Matt...
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The extent to which the Penn State sex scandal has dominated the news around the country was made profoundly clear on Wednesday when Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak, who played for Nittany Lions, spent the first seven minutes of his 13-minute meeting with the media addressing the subject, saying the story was heart-breaking in terms of how he felt for the victims.
(The Associated Press) NASHVILLE, Tenn. Wide receiver Nate Washington, tight end Jared Cook and fullback Ahmard Hall were back on the practice field for the Tennessee Titans on Friday and will be listed as questionable for Sundays game in Carolina. Linebacker Barrett Ruud sat out again Friday with his injured groin, but will be questionable and will be a game-time decision for the Titans.
ProFootballTalk's Mike Florio and FNIA's Peter King think it's possible Randy Moss could un-retire and join New England. (NBC Sports)