The Tennessee Titans have ruled out running back Marcus Lattimore, who was ruled out of Sunday’s home game against the Miami Dolphins with a calf injury.
Lattire was seen walking around the field with trainers after the game and did not return to the field after being checked on.
The Titans released a statement saying, “Marcus Lattie is not participating in the team’s training camp.
We’re still in the process of trying to get a feel for how things are going.”
The Titans are also without defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, who has a concussion.
Lettimore is a 6-foot-3, 250-pound running back who has started all 13 games this season.
Tennessee is 6-4 this season and is 3-1 against teams with 10 or fewer wins.
The Tennessee defense has been the biggest reason the Titans have been able to keep pace with the league’s best offenses.
Littimore has been sacked three times in the past four games.
Tennessee will host the New Orleans Saints in the season opener on Thursday night.
Locker Room Locker room: The Bills will take on the Atlanta Falcons in their opener against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.
The game is set for 8:30 p.m.
ET and will be broadcast on NFL Network.