A day after both the Tennessee Titans top two playmakers took a turn watching practice, both were back and pronounced ready to go in Sunday's game against the Denver Broncos.
Receiver Kenny Britt, who has 14 catches for 271 yards in two games this year, cut short Wednesday's practice with tightness in his hamstring. And running back Chris Johnson, who has still yet to get on track after geting $30 million guaranteed folliowing a preseason holdout, was idled with sore ribs.
But both practiced fully on Thursday, though Britt did need some stretching out mid-practice with the tighteness returned, according to TitanInsider.com.
(Britt) came back and did more today than he did yesterday, and I don’t see him being limited at all for this weekend," Titans coach Mike Munchak said. “Chris is the same way. Chris was able to take reps at every period in the beginning of each period and ran hard which was good to see, especially in the run periods."
Terry McCormick covers the Tennessee Titans for TitanInsider.com
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