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Tennessee Titans Quarterback Will Levis Is Inactive for Season Finale Against Jaguars

Will Levis is the emergency quarterback for the Tennessee Titans in Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Titans will also be without left tackle Jaelyn Duncan and right guard Daniel Brunskill.

NASHVILLE— Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis leads the inactive list for Sunday's Week 18 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. 

Titans coach Mike Vrabel told reporters Friday that Ryan Tannehill would be the starting quarterback and Malik Willis would be the backup. Levis was listed as questionable Friday when the team released its injury report. 

Levis will dress and is the third quarterback. If Tannehill and Willis were injured, Levis could be called into action. 

Left Tackle Jaelyn Duncan is also inactive and Andre Dilliard will protect the blind side for Tannehill. Right guard Daniel Brunskill is inactive and Andrew Rupcich will start in his place. 

Linebacker Caleb Murphy, defensive lineman TK McLendon Jr., defensive back Anthony Kendall, and linebacker Trevis Gipson are the other inactive Titans.

Wide receiver Christan Kirk, outside linebacker Yasir Abdullah, offensive lineman Cole Van Lanen, defensive tackle Angelo Blackson, and quarterback Matt Barkley are the inactive players for the Jaguars. Barkley is the third quarterback. 

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