Will Levis, a rookie quarterback, is still a possibility to play for the Titans when they take on the Jaguars this weekend. The game is scheduled to take place.
After leaving the game against Houston in Week 17 early on, Levis (foot) returned to practice on Thursday as a limited participant. He had been absent from the game earlier.
When asked about his foot issue earlier this week, Levis stated that he is not very concerned about it and that he intends to participate if he is able to do so.
The quarterback who is a first-year player and hails from Kentucky has made nine starts so far this season and has completed 58.4 percent of his throws for 1,808 yards, eight touchdowns, and four interceptions. In the event that Levis is unable to start, Ryan Tannehill is anticipated to take the field.
The limitations placed on Tennessee guard Daniel Brunskill (ankle) and offensive tackle Jaelyn Duncan (neck) were reduced to non-participants on Thursday. Brunskill and Duncan were both involved in the game. Ankle and knee injuries sustained by center Aaron Brewer were included in the report as limited.
The following players did not participate in practice: receiver Colton Dowell (knee), defensive back Anthony Kendall (knee), and defensive lineman TK McLendon (shoulder).
Eric Garror, a cornerback, was promoted to a limited status due to an illness and a knee injury. The following players continued to be limited: defensive lineman Denico Autry (rest), cornerback Caleb Farley (back), receiver DeAndre Hopkins (rest), outside linebacker Caleb Murphy (shoulder), cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting (hip), and tight end Kevin Rader.
Linebacker Otis Reese (groin) and cornerback Tre Avery (knee) both continued to play despite their injuries.