Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker was limited in Friday’s work and will be a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Walker, who suffered right ankle injury in overtime of the Titans’ 12-9 victory over Cleveland just before the bye week, had not practiced at all until his limited work Friday. He is listed as questionable on the Titans’ injury report.
Walker’s work was even more limited by the fact that the Titans had to move practice indoors to their bubble due to rain in the Nashville area Friday morning.
“He can do some things, but we’re being smart when we go on the turf. We always limit them when we go on the turf,” Titans coach Mike Mularkey said.
Linebacker Nate Palmer, who suffered a knee injury in Wednesday’s practice, will also be questionable for Sunday’s game. He did not practice Thursday or Friday.
Guard Quinton Spain has already been ruled out for the game due to turf toe, and will be replaced in the lineup at left guard by Brian Schwenke.
The Titans are poised to get both receiver Corey Davis and safety Johnathan Cyprien back in the lineup this week. Davis has missed five games after re-injured a preseason hamstring injury, and Cyprien is back for the first time since the season opener due to a hamstring injury. Both are expected to play, but are likely to be monitored closely in terms of snap counts.