The Tennessee Titans won't have receiver Damian Williams for a third straight game, as he was declared out for this Sunday's game in Indianapolis.
Williams suffered a hip injury against Jacksonville and has not practiced since.
Also, the Titans will be without tight end Craig Stevens, who suffered a concussion in last Sunday's win over the Oakland Raiders. If the Titans get into a situation that calls for three tight ends, they will use an extra tackle in that position, according to Titans coach Mike Munchak.
Tackle David Stewart (shoulder) returned to practice and is questionable for Sunday, while receiver Kendall Wright (ankle) and center Brian Schwenkie (ankle) both practiced fully and are probable. Safety Bernard Pollard, who missed Thursday's practice with an illness, returned to practice and is probable as well. Defensive tackle Sammie Hill was added to the injury report on Friday with a back injury and is questionable.
The Titans will also be without starting safety MIchael Griffin, whose one-game suspension for his hit on Oakland tight end Mychal Rivera on Sunday, was upheld by the NFL on Tuesday.