Tight end Craig Stevens missed a second straight day of practice with knee soreness that has his status for Sunday against the Washington Redskins uncertain.
Stevens, the Titans primary blocking tight end, has not practiced for two days in a row, and Titans coach Jeff Fisher said, “we'll see” when asked if Stevens would be able to practice on Friday.
Defensive tackle Tony Brown sat out a second straight day of practice after Fisher had initially said he would return on Thursday. Brown's knee was “a little sore,” according to Fisher.
Receiver Kenny Britt (hamstring) did some jogging on the side, but won't play Sunday.
Fisher said that quarterback Kerry Collins (calf) could be well enough to be the third quarterback Sunday.