An offensive line that is still in transition, according to some, may be forced to make yet another change on Sunday.
Guard Leroy Harris, who did not practice all week with an ankle injury, is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Dallas.
If Harris cannot go, then Fernando Velasco would likely get the call at left guard for the first start of his brief NFL career. Velasco came to the Titans as an undrafted free agent from Georgia in 2008 and had spent most of his time in Tennessee on the practice squad up until this season.
“Being a backup in this league, you definitely don't want there to be any drop-off in the play,” Velasco said. “You definitely want the guys on the line to be able to trust you and not panic when they see you in the lineup. I'll be ready.”
Titans coach Jeff Fisher held out hope Friday that Harris might be able to play with no practice.
“He can play,” Fisher said. “For a guy who practiced two days at offensive tackle (last year), started and played very well. He's a guy who can do that.”
As for other injuries, receiver Justin Gage (hamstring) and cornerback Jason McCourty (forearm) have been ruled out. Defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks (knee) is doubtful after missing practice. Jacob Ford (knee) is probable and practiced fully.
"I'm just going along with the treatment they've got me doing," Marks said. "It's not gonna be a setback, just a couple of weeks. I'm still lifting and getting some nice cardio in. It's all right."
Defensive tackle Tony Brown (knee) practiced fully, as he usually does on Friday only, and is questionable.