Titans defensive end William Hayes will be listed as questionable for Sunday's season opener against Oakland, despite not practicing on Friday.
Hayes tweaked his right knee again at the beginning of Thursday's practice and did not do any work in the Friday session.
“It's getting better. They just kind of made me rest it a little bit today, but if I need to go on Sunday, I'll be ready to go,” Hayes said. “I feel pretty good.”
Coach Jeff Fisher declared guard Mike Otto, who is still recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, out for Sunday's game.
Linebacker Will Witherspoon, who has been away from the team all week because of the death of his mother, also did not practice. He will rejoin the team on Saturday evening in time for meetings, courtesy of owner Bud Adams' private jet.
Defensive end Jacob Ford (back), receiver Justin Gage (thumb) are listed as probable, while guard Leroy Harris (ankle), defensive tackle Tony Brown (knee) and linebacker Colin Allred (ankle) will be questionable.