Titans QB Jake Locker was put on the questionable list for Tennessee’s game against Indianapolis on Sunday, and price per head agents know that many fans out there hope to see the player completely healthy when the team takes on the Colts.
The QB was limited in the Titans’ open part of practice on Friday, with a few passes thrown so he could try out his hurt right wrist, which was injured. The player was not able to practice for the team on Wednesday or Thursday after he suffered the injury in the Titans’ ugly 33-7 loss to the Bengals.
“It was encouraging that we got to see Jake to a little bit, but that’s what we anticipated,” said coach Ken Whisenhunt. “Hopefully, it will progress more, and we’ll see what we can do tomorrow and that will determine a lot.”
If Locker isn’t able to play on Sunday, Charlie Whitehurst will be the one to step up. Whitehurst did not start a game for the team since 2011, when facing the Seahawks. Last year, the player appeared in two games with the San Diego Chargers, but not one pass was attempted.
TE Delanie Walker was also limited when the team was holding practice and will also be put in the questionable list when the Titans take on the Colts. Both Whisenhunt and Walker were very optimistic about the chances that the TE has to play. Walker’s shoulder was injured when he played Cincinnati.
“I feel good,” said Walker. “I felt like it was (going to) be good enough for me this Sunday coming up. I never had a doubt in my mind.”
Whisenhunt said that plenty of progress was made by Walker, and also said that he will be put on the questionable list so that his injury doesn’t become aggravated.
TE Taylor Thompson and DE Ropati Pitoitua – both players with knee injuries -did not hold practice and are now doubtful for Sunday’s game. LB James Anderson, who suffered a thigh problem, has been listed as probable for the showdown.
Price per head agents would like to see how all of these possible absences could affect the Titans’ meeting with the Colts, and hope to see these players heal as quickly as possible.
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