Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck was a full participant in Thursday's Thanksgiving Day practice, after being limited with his sore elbow on Wednesday.
“Yesterday I was out there doing stuff, but it wasn't very much. Today was a lot more normal,” said Hasselbeck, who said he threw 12 passes on Wednesday. “Yesterday, I think I was just happy to get out there at all and doing what I was doing. But I felt good today and based on what I have, I think it's going to get better every day and I'll be fine.”
Hasselbeck left Sunday's 23-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons with a sprained elbow and flexor muscle in his throwing arm.
Two of the Tennessee Titans three injured offensive linemen made their way back into the lineup for Thursday's practice.
Defensive end Derrick Morgan (ankle) and Karl Klug (knee) both went
through individual work on Thursday, but did not take part in team drills. Linebacker Barrett Ruud (groin) remained out and his likely replacement on Sunday, rookie Colin McCarthy was out to rest his sore knee.
Kicker Rob Bironas was given the day off because of soreness.