Titans continue to be hamstrung by injuries

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Tennessee Titans will not have strong safety Da’Norris Searcy for two to three weeks because of an ankle injury, according to head coach Mike Mularkey Wednesday.

Searcy went down Sunday against the Oakland Raiders at Nissan Stadium and he is one of six players on the Titans’ injured list.

Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker did not practice once again because of a hamstring injury.

Walker is expected to practice on a limited basis Thursday, however his status for Sunday’s game in Houston is still uncertain.

Also missing practice was offensive guard Quinton Spain with a knee injury.

Rookie receiver Tajae Sharpe and second year cornerback Cody Riggs both had limited practices because of hamstring injuries.

Veteran receiver Kendall Wright, as expected, practiced fully for the Titans and Coach Mularkey said he was pleased with Wright’s progress.

Wright has missed every game of the preseason and regular season for the Titans.