Young sat out Wednesday because of the left ankle he re-injured just before the bye week against the San Diego Chargers. He was listed Thursday as a limited participant in practice.
Titans coach Jeff Fisher said he hopes that Young will be able to increase his workload on Friday, as the team makes a determination on whether Young will start Sunday against the Dolphins.
“We're hopeful that he'll get the bulk of the starter reps tomorrow,” Fisher said.
Both Fisher and Young say that is enough time for Young and new acquisition Randy Moss to get on the same page regarding routes and timing.
“It's really not different than Kerry. It's a normal week of practice and Randy is doing a great job of picking things up,” Fisher said.
Added Young, “The chemistry will be just fine. He's a veteran receiver. I'll just go through my reads and then find where he's at. That's all you've got to do.”
Young said he wants to be healthy when he plays and was somewhat evasive as to whether he would play against the Dolphins.
“We still have a long season, yes I want to be out there playing, but if it don’t let me get out there to play I won’t play. At the same time, if I feel good you will see me out there playing,” he said..
Young said his knee injury is behind him and that the ankle is feeling better than it did leading up to the game against the Chargers.
Part of Young's game, of course, is his mobility, which he says was an issue in San Diego when he re-injured the ankle on a scramble.
“I didn’t have mobility during the San Diego game and when I tried you saw what happened,” Young said.
Also, defensive tackle Tony Brown (knee) practiced for the first time since suffering a setback against Jacksonville as a full participant. also, Ryan Mouton (hamstring) and Chris Johnson (thigh) were full participants.\
Wideout Kenny Britt (hamstring) has already been declared out.