The Tennessee Titans won't make a final decision on tight end Delanie Walker's status until Saturday just before they board a place heading to Denver to face the Broncos.
Walker missed all week of practice due to a concussion suffered last week, but the Titans will work him out Saturday before making a final determination on his status for Sunday. He is officially listed as questionable.
"He'll come in tomorrow and we can work him out and see where he is at. Tomorrow will be our final (evaluation) We're not going to wait till Sunday to work him out. We need to know before we get on the plane and go from there," Titans coach Mike Munchak said.
Walker says he is feeling better and no longer suffering any after-effects of the hit.
"I'll just have to work out and go from there," Walker said. "I feel good. The headaches went away, and that was probably the biggest concern."
The Titans seem more likely to have Craig Stevens back in the lineup, as he has practiced two days this week. Though he is listed as questionable, Munchak said Stevens has a "good chance" to play. He missed last week with a concussion suffered against the Oakland Raiders two weeks ago.
"I'm feeling good and I had a good couple of days of practice," Stevens said.
After finishing last week with only Taylor Thompson at tight end and using tackle Mike Otto there as well, the Titans added journeyman Visanthe Shiancoe on Tuesday for depth.
Receiver Kendall Wright (ankle), punter Brett Kern (back) ,linebacker Akeem Ayers (groin) and recently re-signed fullback Quinn Johnson (hamstring) are all listed as probable for Sunday against the Broncos.