Titans injury updates: Denico Autry returns to practice

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The Tennessee Titans returned to the practice field on Wednesday for the first time since finalizing their initial 53-man roster, and the team received a bit of good news on defensive lineman Denico Autry.

According to Jim Wyatt of Titans Online, Autry returned to the practice field on Wednesday after missing a ton of time in training camp due to an apparent wrist or hand injury injury. Autry was sporting a brace on his right hand in practice.

“Good to see him back out there,” head coach Mike Vrabel said after practice. “He did some good things, and we’ll get moving forward with him.”

There was some fear about Autry’s potential availability for the start of the season after the Titans carried a seventh defensive lineman on their initial roster, but Autry appears on track for Week 1 after all.

Here’s a look at some other injury updates we received from practice on Wednesday, which will be the last one open to the media until Monday.

Racey McMath (hip) to IR

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More on McMath here

Players not spotted during open portion

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Wyatt: “The stretch and individual portion of practice was open to reporters, and several players weren’t spotted. Among them: defensive back Elijah Molden, defensive back Ugo Amadi, outside linebacker Bud Dupree, guard Nate Davis, and defensive lineman Da’Shawn Hand.

Radunz, Cunningham sporting non-contact jerseys

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Wyatt: “Linebacker Zach Cunningham and offensive lineman Dillon Radunz were decked out in yellow non-contact jerseys.”

Story originally appeared on Titans Wire