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After not practicing, Titans CB Finnegan questionable vs. Pats

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan missed another day of practice Friday and will be listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the New England Patriots.

Finnegan has not played since suffering a hamstring injury Sept. 28 against the New York Jets and has not practiced since Oct. 8, when he did limited work.

The Titans (0-5) already will be without starting cornerback Nick Harper, who broke his forearm in last week's loss to Indianapolis, meaning that rookies Jason McCourty and Ryan Mouton could play major roles again this week.

Starting safety Michael Griffin (neck stinger) did return to practice Friday and will be listed as questionable. Vincent Fuller (broken forearm) also practiced and will be listed as questionable, though he has yet to be cleared for contact.

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