NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Tennessee defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth sat out practice Wednesday with a sore right hamstring, one of five Titans who watched.
LenDale White, who has rushed for 100 yards in three straight games, sat out with a sore toe. Right guard Benji Olson was a team decision with his usual Wednesday off, while defensive end Travis LaBoy (concussion) and linebackers Ryan Fowler (shin) and Levar Woods (team decision) also sat out.
Haynesworth hurt his hamstring late in last week's 20-7 win over Carolina chasing David Carr. He said he expects to play Sunday against Jacksonville (5-3).
``I think I'll definitely play,'' Haynesworth said. ``I'm not a receiver or running back like that, so it doesn't really hinder me too much. I can still explode a bit. I don't know about running after the quarterback or anything like that.''
Running back Chris Brown, who has missed three games with a sprained left ankle, practiced Wednesday.

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