Titans hope WR Wright can practice Wednesday

Kendall Wright left Sunday's loss to the Texans in the first quarter with a knee injury.

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The Tennessee Titans hope to have Kendall Wright back at practice Wednesday after the wide receiver left Sunday’s loss to the Houston Texans with a knee injury.

Wright exited the 34-6 defeat in the first quarter and didn’t return. The veteran wideout, who missed three games earlier in the season with a sprained MCL, re-aggravated the injury Sunday, but interim head coach Mike Mularkey said Wright wasn’t dealing with anything serious.

Mularkey added that left tackle Taylor Lewan, who is in the concussion protocol, could return to practice Wednesday as well.

Via Tennessee’s official website:

“It’s nothing significant,’’ and hopefully we’ll have (Wright) back Wednesday for practice, at least limited,” Mularkey said. “And then Taylor Lewan is in the concussion protocol but he is at a point where he could practice (Wednesday) and then get rechecked after practice.”

Wright, Tennessee’s second leading receiver, has 36 catches for 408 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games this season.

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