Wide receiver Kendall Wright returned to practice Friday for the Titans and appears on track to play Sunday when the team hosts the San Diego Chargers.
“I'm not upset and frustrated like I was the last couple of days. It was nothing. Once they said I was diagnosed with concussion-like symptoms, I had to be put in the little program that the NFL has, and you're not allowed to practice until you're cleared by a neurologist. But I'm good to go,” Wright said.
Wright had missed practices on Wednesday and Thursday due to concussion-like symptoms, stemming from a hit last Sunday by Houston Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson, who was fined $42,000 for the play.
“He did everything today and he feels good, so he is ready to go,” Titans coach Mike Munchak said.
Wright, who is listed as probable for this week, is Tennessee's leading receiver through two games with nine catches for 65 yards and a touchdown.
Tackle David Stewart did not practice on Friday and is listed as questionable, though he said he would likely be able to play Sunday. Stewart has yet to practice a full week this season due to a lingering calf injury.
“It's tough, but you can out there and hit a little bit and get your pad level and all that,” Stewart said of practicing sporadically.
Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson missed practice with a hamstring injury suffered on Thursday and will be a game-time decision.
Defensive tackle Sammie Hill did not practice again on Friday and is listed as out for Sunday's game.
Running back Shonn Greene, who had his knee scoped Monday evening, is also out.