Tennessee Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan returned to practice on Thursday and was a full participant.
Lewan, who did not finish Sunday’s 13-12 loss in Buffalo due to a foot injury, was held out of Wednesday’s practice.
He was back, and he looked like he was ready to practice and ready to play and focused,” Titans coach Mike Vrabel said after practice.
Lewan had declined to address the media during the open locker room session before practice.
Backup tackle Dennis Kelly also practiced fully for the second consecutive day as he tries to play for the first time since the season opener due to an illness.
Elsewhere, the Titans added two more players to the injury report on Thursday, as defensive tackle Bennie Logan did not participate due to an elbow injury, and outside linebacker Kamalei Correa came up limited due to a foot injury.
The Titans are somewhat thin at the linebacker position, as Wesley Woodyard was limited for the second consecutive day on Thursday with a shoulder issue that kept him out of last Sunday’s loss to the Bills. Will Compton missed a second consecutive practice with a hamstring injury, and rookie Robert Spillane, brought up from the practice squad as insurance, did not practice after suffering a knee injury in Wednesday’s work.