The Tennessee Titans could have right tackle David Stewart back in the lineup this Sunday at Buffalo, barring any setbacks with his right calf.
Stewart practiced in limited fashion on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday, and Coach Mike Munchak said he could be ready to go when the Titans face the Bills if he makes it through friday with no issues.
“We gave him about half the reps, and he looked good,” Munchak said. “If he gets through practice tomorrow and does well, I think we'll be fine.”
Stewart originally suffered the injury two weeks ago in Atlanta, and sat out last week vs. Tampa Bay in favor of Mike Otto.
Other players on the Titans injury report made it back to practice Thursday as well. Defensive end Jason Jones (knee), defensive end Derrick Morgan (ankle) and tight end Jared Cook (concussion), who were all limited on Wednesday, practiced fully on Thursday.
Linebacker Barrett Ruud (groin) and safety Tommie Campbell (shoulder) were both out again Thursday, and receiver Donnie Avery did not finish practice with a hamstring problem.
Campbell, who hurt his left shoulder in Sunday's win over the Bucs, said his range of motion and strength are returning. He believes he has a chance to play Sunday.