Kenny Vaccaro practices fully, Jurrell Casey out second straight day

Kenny Vaccaro practices fully, Jurrell Casey out second straight day

Tennessee Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro, who is in the concussion protocol, practiced fully on Wednesday, which is a good sign that he could play Saturday against the Washington Redskins.
Vaccaro suffered the concussion in the first half of Sunday’s 17-0 win over the New York Giants and did not return to the game.
Meanwhile, defensive lineman Jurrell Casey missed a second straight practice with a knee injury, while outside linebacker Brian Orakpo remains out with an elbow injury that sidelined him last week. Outside linebacker Sharif Finch is also likely out with a shoulder injury, leaving the Titans potentially thin at that position.
Inside linebacker Wesley Woodyard turned up on the report Wednessday as he did not practice due to a back injury.
On offense, receiver Tajae Sharpe did not practice due to his ankle injury for a second straight day. New tight end Cole Wick, who suffered a shoulder injury his first day with the team, was limited Wednesday, as was running back David Fluellen, still trying to return from a knee injury.
Of those who did not practice or were limited Tuesday, safety Brynden Trawick (illness), quarterback Marcus Mariota (foot) and guard Josh Kline (knee) were all full participants.

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