Titans RB McCluster back at practice after missing 2 games
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee running back Dexter McCluster returned to practice Wednesday after missing two games with an injured right knee.
Interim coach Mike Mularkey says McCluster looked good and practiced fully. McCluster was hurt Nov. 19 in a loss at Jacksonville. He's the Titans' returner and ranks second among the running backs with 51 carries for 235 yards and an average of 4.6 yards per carry.
Tight end Anthony Fasano (shoulder) was limited as the Titans (3-9) prepare to visit the Jets (7-5) on Sunday.
Wide receiver Kendall Wright did not practice after his ribs started bothering him Tuesday. He was hurt on a catch in last week's 42-39 win over the Jaguars.
Others not practicing included linebacker Derrick Morgan (shoulder), nose tackle Sammie Hill (right knee), defensive tackle Mike Martin (shoulder).
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