NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth missed practice Friday for a third consecutive day with a right hamstring injury and will be a game-time Sunday against the Jaguars.
``We still haven't ruled him out,'' coach Jeff Fisher said. ``He can play without practicing. The decision will be based on how he is before game time.''
Haynesworth hasn't practiced all week after injuring his hamstring with about three minutes left against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, when he had a career-high three sacks.
Haynesworth hasn't injured a hamstring before, but hopes to play Sunday, even if he isn't in for as many snaps as usual.
``It's unfamiliar territory. I'm just going to keep working and be out there Sunday,'' he said. ``I'll probably just do as much as I can without putting myself in danger again.''
Haynesworth's linemate, defensive end Travis LaBoy, had a concussion last Sunday and also has not practiced all week.
At running back, LenDale White had full participation in practice Friday after being limited Thursday with a toe injury. Chris Brown, nursing a high left ankle sprain, got limited work early in practice Friday. He has not played the past three games.
Rookie Chris Henry, who has appealed his four-game suspension for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, has up to 20 days to have the appeal heard and is expected to be available Sunday. He can drop the appeal at any time and begin serving the punishment.

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