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Defensive end Derrick Morgan's slow climb back from a calf injury is nearly complete.
Morgan took part in individual work on Wednesday during the Titans' joint practice with the Arizona Cardinals.
Morgan could be turned loose a bit more on Thursday with an eye toward him being able to take the field and play a few snaps against Carolina on Saturday night.
Morgan originally was bothered by calf and hamstring problems during OTAs, and re-injured the calf muscle on the first day of training camp and has not practiced since until doing individual drills Wednesday.
TitanInsider: Any closer and you'd be in the huddle.
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