The Tennessee Titans are facing the possibility of being without wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins for their upcoming game as they aim to avoid starting the season with an 0-2 record. Hopkins injured his ankle during the team’s last offensive play in Week One and has not participated in practice for two consecutive days. As the injury designation will be determined on Friday, it appears that a questionable status is the best outcome that can be hoped for regarding the experienced wide receiver. Although the absence of Hopkins would be a setback for the team, there was some positive news with the return of wide receiver Treylon Burks to the field on Thursday. Burks had missed the previous day’s practice due to personal reasons but fully participated upon his return. On the other hand, safety Amani Hooker remained sidelined due to a concussion while cornerback Kristian Fulton and defensive lineman Teair Tart were limited in their participation due to hamstring and groin injuries respectively. However, there was some progress made by running back Tyjae Spears, as he advanced to full participation after dealing with a groin issue.