Tennessee Titans Injury Report, Week 17: Chris Johnson's Ankle Improving Headed Into Finale Vs. Texans

Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson has been dealing with ankle issues in recent weeks, yet Johnson says that his ankle feels "a lot better" in hopes of being at full strength Sunday versus the Houston Texans.

"It's more of an impact on cutting, (and I'm) not wanting to re-aggravate it," Johnson said. "Last week I was having a lot of trouble just walking on it. This week, I feel a lot better on it. So I don't want to come out here and cut ... and not be able to go on Sunday."

Here is the full practice report for the Titans on Wednesday:

Daniel Graham TE - Illness, DNP
Lavelle Hawkins WR - Ankle, DNP
Chris Johnson RB - Ankle, DNP
Jason Jones DT - Ankle, DNP
Gerald McRath LB - Knee/Ankle, FP
Derrick Morgan DE - Not Injury Related, DNP
Shaun Smith DT - Knee, DNP

Practice Status
DNP = Did not participate in practice
LP = Limited Participation in Practice - Less than 100% of a player's normal repetitions
FP = Full Participation - 100% of a player's normal repetitions

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