Titans receiver Nate Washington, who jumped from Pittsburgh to Tennessee in the offseason, still might face his former team on Thursday night, despite a bad hamstring.
According to the official injury report issued by the league for the season-opening game, Washington practiced on a limited basis on Monday and Tuesday.
Elsewhere on the Tennesse side of the report, tight end Jared Cook practiced on a limited basis Monday with an ankle injury, but he didn’t practice on Tuesday.
Punter Craig Hentrich (back) and cornerback Ryan Mouton (ankle) fully participated in practice both days.
A final report will be issued Wednesday, with the traditional designation of probable, questionable, doubtful, or out.