FILE - In this Sept. 11, 2016, file photo, Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray (29) dives over Minnesota Vikings cornerback Terence Newman (23) to score a touchdown on a 6-yard pass reception in the first half of an NFL football game in Nashville, Tenn. It's only November and The Associated Press NFL individual awards won't be handed out until the NFL Honors show on Feb. 4. That doesn't stop us from evaluating the field halfway through the schedule. (AP Photo/Weston Kenney)
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Titans will have a full complement of running backs Sunday against the Green Bay Packers with both DeMarco Murray and rookie Derrick Henry practicing fully Friday.
Murray, the NFL's second-leading rusher, sat out Wednesday to rest his sore toe and was limited Thursday. Henry, the Heisman Trophy winner, strained a calf muscle in pregame warmups last week in San Diego and had not practiced either Wednesday or Thursday.
''I'm ready and I feel good,'' Henry said. ''I'm very encouraged. I went out there and put a sleeve on it, and it didn't hurt at all. It feels good and I'm ready to go. I'm glad I got to practice today and get back into the roll of things.''
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Coach Mike Mularkey was encouraged about Henry being able to return so quickly.
''He's a tough guy and I'm very encouraged by it, and I think it's good for our football team,'' Mularkey said.
Right tackle Jack Conklin, limited earlier in the week with a right elbow injury, also practiced fully Friday.
The Titans (4-5) also expect to have guard Quinton Spain (knee), tight end Delanie Walker (groin) and safety Rashad Johnson (neck) against the Packers (4-4).
Only rookie linebacker Aaron Wallace, who has been nursing a sprained shoulder, is questionable.
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