Titans' Stewart tests sore calf in Friday practice
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee Titans offensive tackle David Stewart returned to practice on Friday and is questionable for Sunday's game at Houston with a sore right calf.
Stewart missed some practice last week, but he was in the starting lineup for the Titans' 16-9 season-opening victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. This week, he missed practice Wednesday and Thursday. Stewart said after Friday's practice that "it felt pretty good."
Wide receiver Damian Williams (hamstring) and running back Shonn Greene (knee) both missed practice for a third straight day and are listed as questionable. Linebacker Zaviar Gooden, making his way back from a high ankle sprain, practiced Friday and is questionable. Punter Brett Kern (calf) practiced Friday and is probable for Sunday's game.