NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt and tight end Delanie Walker both are questionable for Sunday's game with the New York Jets after being limited again in practice.
Britt is nursing a cracked rib and a sore neck from a hit in last week's win against the San Diego Chargers.
''It's something we'll wait till and see tomorrow where he's at,'' coach Mike Munchak said Friday. ''Last year, he played a couple of times. We'll see how sore he is. He's still not quite where he needs to be, and he didn't practice as much today.''
Walker said he took part in about 75 percent of the work Friday and expects to play with another day of rest. But he said his turf toe injury might be something he deals with throughout the season.
''I'm just going to have to monitor it and take care of it and make sure I get treatment on it,'' Walker said.
Defensive tackle Sammie Hill (right ankle) will miss a second straight game, while running back Shonn Greene (right knee) has been declared out for his third straight game.
Linebacker Patrick Bailey (hamstring) did not practice and is questionable. Right tackle David Stewart (calf), linebacker Moise Fokou (neck), linebacker Zaviar Gooden (ankle) and cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (hamstring) all practiced Friday and are probable.
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