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CJ limited, but should start

Running back Chris Johnson was back on the practice field after missing two days of practice with a sore ankle, practicing in a limited fashion.

Though he is listed as questionable, Johnson is expected to start Sunday for the Tennessee Titans against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

However, because both Johnson and backup Jamie Harper are questionable with ankle injuries, there is the possibility that fullback Collin Mooney could be activated from the practice squad for the season finale.

Coach Mike Munchak ruled out tight end Craig Stevens, linebacker Colin McCarthy and center Kevin Matthews for Sunday's game. Stevens and McCarthy both have concussions, and Matthews has been out with an ankle injury.

In addition to Johnson and Harper, linebacker Will Witherspoon (chest), cornerback Ryan Mouton (hamstring), defensive end Scott Solomon (knee) and receivers Damian Williams (foot) and Kendall Wright (ribs) are all listed as questionable. Munchak said he expects Wright, who practiced all week, to be able to play after missing last week against Green Bay.

Also, quarterback Jake Locker (shoulder), receiver Kenny Britt (knee) and safeties Jordan Babineaux (thigh) and Michael Griffin (illness) are listed as probable.

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