Tennessee Titans injury updates after Tuesday’s practice

The Tennessee Titans held a practice on the Tuesday ahead of their Week 12 game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but unlike typical practices, they weren’t required to provide an injury report.

That first report with participation levels will come on Wednesday, but Titans beat writer Jim Wyatt provided some updates on injured players following Tuesday’s session, albeit without exact participation (limited or full).

Here’s a look at who did and didn’t practice:

Did not practice: K Randy Bullock (calf), DL Denico Autry (knee), C Ben Jones (concussion), CB Kristian Fulton (hamstring)

Did practice: OLB Bud Dupree (hip), S Amani Hooker (shoulder), K Caleb Shudak (leg), CB Elijah Molden (groin)

Also per Wyatt, Dupree stated that his current hip injury is in the opposite leg of his previous one.

Head coach Mike Vrabel noted earlier in the day that Jones remained in the concussion protocol, leaving his status in doubt for Week 12. Vrabel also noted rookie wideout Kyle Philips was unlikely to return to practice this week and will stay on injured reserve for at least another game.

Shudak was designated to return from the PUP list on Tuesday, opening his 21-day window to be activated. The rookie kicker, who impressed in OTAs, could be called into duty as soon as this week if Bullock remains injured. Vrabel said the Titans’ kicker situation is “to be determined.”

The Titans will practice on Wednesday and Friday this week, with an off day for Thanksgiving on Thursday. The Titans and Bengals will kick off from Nissan Stadium at noon CDT on Sunday.

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Story originally appeared on Titans Wire