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.