NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Tennessee defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth did not practice Wednesday as he recovers from a mild concussion suffered in the opening win over Jacksonville.
Haynesworth was hurt early and missed at least a series. But he returned to the game and finished with two sacks before saying he couldn't remember much of the game. Coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday that Haynesworth was improving.
``We usually take a couple extra days when you're dealing with mild concussion symptoms,'' Fisher said.
Defensive end Jacob Ford, who was hit while trying to recover a fumble, sat out with a sore chest. Running back Quinton Ganther (hamstring) and Vince Young were the others who did not practice. Young already has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Cincinnati with a sprained knee and a tight hamstring.

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