Titans tight end Delanie Walker cleared from concussion, probable to play vs. Eagles

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NASHVILLE, Tennessee — Tennessee tight end Delanie Walker has been cleared from the NFL's concussion protocol and is probable for Sunday's game against the Eagles.

Walker was knocked unconscious Nov. 9 by a hit from Baltimore safety Terrence Brooks and missed Monday night's game against the Steelers.

The tight end has 38 catches for a team-high 514 yards. He practiced fully this week for the Titans.

Cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson was limited Friday and is questionable with a back injury. Wreh-Wilson was not on the field during the open portion of practice Friday.

Defensive back Marqueston Huff did not practice for the third straight day and is doubtful with a hamstring.

Wide receiver Justin Hunter (knee) and linebacker Derrick Morgan (knee) both practiced and are questionable. Safety Daimion Stafford (shoulder) is questionable as well.


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