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Fisher: Titans CB Finnegan's status will be a game-time decision

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans starting cornerback Cortland Finnegan sat out Friday's practice and will be listed as questionable with a hamstring injury for Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Titans coach Jeff Fisher said Finnegan's status will be a game-time decision. He missed last Sunday's game in Jacksonville, but he said he still hopes to play despite missing practice.

"I still feel good. Everything is good," Finnegan said. "I did heavy cardio. I got my mental reps today because I had two great practices where I felt good."

Also, defensive tackle Jason Jones (shoulder) and linebacker Colin Allred (shoulder) missed Friday's practice and will be questionable. Cornerback Nick Harper (ribs) and linebacker Stanford Keglar (shoulder) practiced and are questionable, and receiver Nate Washington (concussion) and linebacker Keith Bulluck (knee) practiced and are probable.

Safety Vincent Fuller (forearm) is out.

Also, safety Donnie Nickey has been fined $7,500 by the NFL for his horse-collar tackle on a kickoff against Jacksonville's Mike Thomas. It's the second fine for Nickey, who paid $5,000 for a helmet-to-helmet hit against the Buffalo Bills during the Hall of Fame Game in August.

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