FILE - In this Oct. 2, 2016, file photo, Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray (29) runs for a touchdown against the Houston Texans during the first half of an NFL football game, Houston. The Browns (0-5) and Titans (2-3) play Sunday, Oct. 16, 201
Eric Christian Smith, File
November 11, 2016

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) The Titans will have a full complement of running backs Sunday against the Green Bay Packers with both DeMarco Murray and rookie Derrick Henry practicing fully Friday.

Murray, the NFL's second-leading rusher, sat out Wednesday to rest his sore toe and was limited Thursday. Henry, the Heisman Trophy winner, strained a calf muscle in pregame warmups last week in San Diego and had not practiced either Wednesday or Thursday.

''I'm ready and I feel good,'' Henry said. ''I'm very encouraged. I went out there and put a sleeve on it, and it didn't hurt at all. It feels good and I'm ready to go. I'm glad I got to practice today and get back into the roll of things.''

Coach Mike Mularkey was encouraged about Henry being able to return so quickly.

''He's a tough guy and I'm very encouraged by it, and I think it's good for our football team,'' Mularkey said.

Right tackle Jack Conklin, limited earlier in the week with a right elbow injury, also practiced fully Friday.

The Titans (4-5) also expect to have guard Quinton Spain (knee), tight end Delanie Walker (groin) and safety Rashad Johnson (neck) against the Packers (4-4).

Only rookie linebacker Aaron Wallace, who has been nursing a sprained shoulder, is questionable.


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