Titans tight end Delanie Walker cleared from concussion, probable to play vs. Eagles

Tennessee tight end Delanie Walker has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol and is probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Walker was knocked unconscious Nov. 9 by a hit from Baltimore safety Terrence Brooks and missed Monday night's game against the Steelers.

The tight end has 38 catches for a team-high 514 yards. He practiced fully this week for the Titans.

Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson was limited Friday and is questionable with a back injury. Wreh-Wilson was not on the field during the open portion of practice Friday.

Defensive back Marqueston Huff did not practice for the third straight day and is doubtful with a hamstring.

Wide receiver Justin Hunter (knee) and linebacker Derrick Morgan (knee) both practiced and are questionable. Safety Daimion Stafford (shoulder) is questionable as well.

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