Kerry Collins went through another full practice and is probable for Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Collins, out the past two weeks with a calf injury, sounds as if he will be the Tennessee Titans starter on Sunday, though neither he nor Coach Jeff Fisher would commit completely to that on Friday.
“Kerry was better today. We're encouraged. We'll see how he warms up,” Fisher said. “He's gotten plenty of reps. We'll see how he feels. It's different getting ready to warm up and practicing than it is getting ready to warm up and play a game. So we'll see how he is.”
Collins said he feels good and sounded optimistic about starting on Sunday.
“I'm feeling good. I've able to kind of continue to do more and more every day, and so hopefully, Sunday will work out so I can play. I'm getting real close,” he said.
As for other Titans players dealing with injuries, defensive linemen Jason Jones (knee), Dave Ball (concussion) and Jason Babin (ankle) all practiced fully Friday. Jones and Ball are listed as questionable, while Babin is probable.
Sen'Derrick Marks (ankle) and Tony Brown (knee) did not practice, with Marks being doubtful and Brown questionable.
Elsewhere, kicker Rob Bironas (groin) and linebacker David Thornton (hip) both had full practices and are probable. Safety Michael Griffin is also probable after missing Friday's practice with an illness.