Quinton Spain healthy and back as Titans starting left guard

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee coach Mike Mularkey says left guard Quinton Spain will start Sunday at Indianapolis after missing two games and serving as a backup last week.

Mularkey said Friday that Spain worked all week with the starters and will bring more size to the line.

Spain hyper-extended his right knee Oct. 23 in a 34-26 loss to Indianapolis.

Spain is part of revamped offensive line that has Tennessee (5-5) ranked third in the NFL in rushing and with only 14 sacks allowed. He says he feels good and is happy to be back out there.

Running back DeMarco Murray also practiced for a second straight day after being given Wednesday off to rest a sore toe on his right foot.


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