Wide receiver Taywan Taylor will be a game-time decision for the Tennessee Titans on Sunday when they travel to face the Indianapolis Colts.
Taylor, a third-round pick last season by the Titans, missed last week’s victory over New England with a foot injury sustained the previous Monday in Tennessee’s road win at Dallas.
“I feel good. It’s going to be a game-time decision,” Taylor said. “I did some stuff today and felt like I was getting back to normal with all my motion and range. I did some different mobility stuff, and I definitely feel a lot better – 10 times better.”
Other than running back David Fluellen, who was ruled out with a knee injury from last week, Taylor was the only Titans player not at least to partake in practice in some form on Friday in preparation for Sunday’s AFC South matchup.
Right tackle Jack Conklin was cleared from the concussion protocol and appears to be on track to return to the Titans lineup after sitting out last week against the Patriots.
Receiver Tajae Sharpe, who was limited again on Friday, is listed as questionable on Sunday due to his ankle injury. Also, starting left guard Quinton Spain was limited again and listed as questionable.
Several other Titans who were on the injury report this week are listed without a designation. In addition to Conklin, linebacker Derrick Morgan, who has missed three games with a shoulder injury, was a full participant in practice, as were safety Dane Cruikshank (knee) and offensive lineman Corey Levin (illness).