Titans cornerback misses practice, backup hurts hamstring
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee cornerback Logan Ryan missed practice as he heals from an ankle injury that knocked him out of the Titans’ previous game, and backup cornerback LeShaun Sims hurt a hamstring, needing an MRI.
Coach Mike Mularkey said Wednesday that Ryan, who left last week’s 25-23 loss to San Francisco in the second quarter, remains day to day along with defensive lineman Karl Klug with an injured groin.
Sims injured a hamstring during practice Wednesday. Mularkey says the Titans (8-6) will know more after the MRI and plan accordingly. The Titans host the Los Angeles Rams (10-4) and an offense tied for the NFL’s highest-scoring unit Sunday.
Linebacker Derrick Morgan, who has missed the past two games with an injured knee, was limited at practice.
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