Titans RB Johnson questionable after limited activity Friday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson is questionable for Saturday's game with the Jacksonville Jaguars after being limited by his sore right ankle Friday.

Johnson hurt his ankle late in last week's 27-13 loss to the Colts and did not practice Tuesday or Wednesday.

Receiver Nate Washington, who is having a career year with catches and yards receiving, practiced fully with his sore left ankle and is probable. Linebacker Patrick Bailey was limited but is probable for the Titans' home finale due to a hamstring injury.

Defensive end William Hayes (groin) practiced and is questionable. LInebacker Gerald McRath (left knee/ankle) did not practice and is out.

Defensive end Dave Ball did not practice but not because of injury. His wife gave birth to a son on Wednesday.

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