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Some quick observations from yesterday's practice. Kendall Wright.....practiced! So did Derrick Morgan! Wright was seen in pads and this marked the first time he practiced this season. Wright is ready to get back onto the field, and he said it felt good to be out there again. Morgan said he is taking it day by day, and that he feels good and is gradually easing back into things. Chance Warmack is moving to Injured Reserve. The move is happening because he has elected to have surgery performed on his injured finger. Josh Kline and Brian Schwenke both practiced at right guard in Warmack's absence. Kline has more experience at the position than Schwenke does, but Mularkey is looking to weigh each of them based on these next few practices. Some injuries kept players out of practice yesterday. Delanie Walker, Brice McCain, and Zilla all sat out.

Quick Hit: Mariota is developing a "clutch-QB" reputation.

Mentioned it up above, but Delanie Walker did not practice yesterday. DON'T PANIC! He was injured when playing against the Lions, but didn't come out of the game. His right hamstring is just sore, and he himself said that there is no chance he misses the game against the Raiders. So don't expect him to miss the game, or be out for a significant period of time. Dude just needed a break.

Quick Hit: Titans confident constant shitfts, and motions are fruitful.

The Titans are focused on the Raiders, and getting two wins in a row. Celebrating the win against Detroit is over, and now it's time to move on to Oakland. The team is looking to build off their win, and it's time they showed up at a home game, and protected their house. The Titans will be taking on the NFL's number one offense on Sunday, but will also be taking on the NFL's thirty second ranked defense.

Quick Hit: Mariota is walking the line between making plays, and avoiding sacks.

That's all for today. Happy reading!