Who is a go for the Tennessee Titans Sunday


The Tennessee Titans have had their final practice leading into their first game of the NFL season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the Titans didn’t have too many injuries in the preseason, two lingering issues headline the practice notes from today.

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According to multiple sources, Jason McCourty and Sammie Hill were held out today which confirms what everyone already thought: they are in all likelihood out for the first game.

Hill is easily replaced since the Titans have veteran nose tackle Al Woods who looked great in the preseason. He also has Angelo Blackson behind him, who has shown flashes for a rookie.

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  • McCourty is much harder to replace. As a top 10-12 cornerback in the NFL, the Titans are picking from a very thin roster group to try to find someone to take meaningful snaps.

    Other notes:

    -Speaking of the cornerback position, Perrish Cox has was limited in practice on Friday, and is probable for the game on Sunday. I would imagine that it is just a minor injury given the fact that he practiced earlier in the week and that no one has reported that he is out.

    -Antonio Andrews looked like a great secondary option in the running game this preseason, but he may be hampered by a tight hamstring. Andrews is listed as the team’s starting kick returner, and should be effective on offense if he is healthy.

    -On the other sideline, Mike Evans has been held out all week with a hamstring issue. He practiced today and did well, but sitting out two days of game planning against a Dick LeBeau defense that has some exotic coverage packages might hurt him.

    -George Johnson again didn’t practice, and he is probable,
    Mike Jenkins was the same way, and T.J. Fatinikun is officially out. If the first two are out, that would mean that the Tennessee Titans would be facing the Bucs without their starting defensive end and without their slot corner.

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