Tennessee Titans receiver [tag linked="true" key="" url="http://247sports.com/Player/Kenny-Britt-6976"]Kenny Britt[/tag] and tight end Delanie Walker both returned to practice on Friday, but were limited and are questionable for Sunday's game with the New York Jets.
Britt has been bothered by sore ribs and a sore neck stemming from a hit where he landed on his head last Sunday against San Diego. His status for Sunday is up in the air, as he appears not to be 100 percent.
“It's something we'll wait till and see tomorrow where he's at. Last year, he played a couple of times. We'll see how sore he is. He's still not quite where he needs to be, and he didn't practice as much today,” Coach Mike Munchak said of Britt.
Walker seems to have a better chance of playing, but knows that the turf toe injury he suffered is something that could linger for the rest of the season.
“I feel like everything should be good for Sunday. One more day of rest and I'll be all right. I did about 75 percent today, just really getting the feel back in and my conditioning up,” he said. “It's football. You ain't never healthy. I know it's probably gonna be a season thing. I'm just going to have to monitor it and take care of it and make sure I get treatment on it,” Walker said.
Other Titans players on the injury report include defensive tackle Sammie Hill (ankle) and running back Shonn Greene (knee) who are both out.
Linebacker [tag linked="true" key="" url="http://247sports.com/Player/Patrick-Bailey-6971"]Patrick Bailey[/tag] (hamstring) did not practice, and is questionable.
Tackle [tag linked="true" key="" url="http://247sports.com/Player/David-Stewart-7014"]David Stewart[/tag] (calf), linebacker Moise Fokou (neck), linebacker [tag linked="true" key="" url="http://247sports.com/Player/Zaviar-Gooden-31445"]Zaviar Gooden[/tag] (ankle) and cornerback [tag linked="true" key="" url="http://247sports.com/Player/Blidi-Wreh-Wilson-31441"]Blidi Wreh-Wilson[/tag] (hamstring) all practiced fully Friday and are probable.
The NFL fined both Titans linebacker Moise Fokou and Chargers guard Jeromey Clary $7,875 each for their incident Sunday that led to Fokou getting a personal foul.
Fokou and the Titans contended that Clary tried to break the linebacker’s arm by pulling him down on a play. That’s went Fokou retaliated and went after Clary, drawing the penalty.
Fokou said Wednesday that if he was fined that he would appeal it.