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Titans in good health

Titans starting right tackle David Stewart was able to practice some today and is expected to start Sunday's game against the Bills. Stewart officially is listed as questionable for a sore calf, but he played with it last week and is likely to do so again this week.

The Titans are relatively healthy for this point in the season. Starting middle linebacker Barrett Ruud is out with a groin injury. But his replacement, rookie Colin McCarthy from the University of Miami, has played very well in his place. McCarthy has a sore knee but practiced fully and will start. Special teamer Tommie Campbell (shoulder) is questionable. The rest of the key Titans on the injury report - tight end Jared Cook (concussion), defensive ends Jason Jones (knee) and Derrick Morgan (ankle), and center Eugene Amano (hip) - will be ready to play.

Amano has one of the key matchups in the game. He has been shaky at times in the middle of the Titans' line, and he has a tough matchup against Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus. The Bills need Dareus to have a strong game.

---Mark Gaughan 


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