Wesley Woodyard questionable for Sunday; Taylor Lewan good to go

Titans LB Wesley Woodyard is questionable with a shoulder injury, but tackle Taylor Lewan will play with an injured foot

The Tennessee Titans still have question marks at the linebacker position on Sunday when they host the Baltimore Ravens.

Starting inside linebacker Wesley Woodyard, who missed the Titans’ loss at Buffalo with a shoulder injury, is listed as questionable this week after being limited all week in practice.

One of his primary backups, veteran Will Compton, was declared out on Friday due to a hamstring injury. Compton did not practice all week. Robert Spillane, an undrafted rookie promoted from the practice squad by the Titans on Monday, is questionable with a knee injury sustained in practice on Wednesday. Spillane was a full participant in Friday’s practice.

Also, outside linebacker Kamalei Correa, who sustained a foot injury on Thursday, was a full participant on Friday, but is still listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against his former team. Correa was acquired by the Titans for a sixth-round draft pick just before the season began.

Veteran defensive tackle Bennie Logan is also listed as questionable and was out of practice Friday after showing up on the injury report with an elbow injury on Thursday.

On the offensive side of the ball, the news was better for Tennessee. Starting left tackle Taylor Lewan practiced fully for the second straight day and was declared ready for Sunday. Backup tackle Dennis Kelly, who has missed four weeks with a mysterious illness, also practiced fully all week and was listed with no injury status designation.

Safety Kenny Vaccaro, who dislocated his right elbow two weeks ago against Philadelphia, remains out for the Titans.