(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) - The Indianapolis Colts will practice once more this afternoon as they get ready for Sunday's game with the Titans in Tennessee.
Both teams were winners in their regular season openers with the Colts winning at home against New Orleans a week ago Thursday while the Titans beat the Jaguars in Jacksonville last Sunday.
The Colts had beaten the Titans seven-straight times before last December's game at LP Field when Tennessee kicker Rob Bironas kicked a 60-yard field goal in the final seconds to give the titans a 20-17 win.
One defensive back returned to practice Thursday for the Colts while another was held out. Cornerback Tim Jennings was back on the practice field for the first time since twisting a knee a week ago Tuesday. Safety Bob Sanders was held out of practice in what the club termed a "team decision" on the injury report.
Linebacker Freddie Keiaho and offensive lineman Charlie Johnson missed practice with injuries. Johnson is not expected to play against the titans while Keiaho and Jennings will probably be game-time decisions.
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