NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Titans defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth could play Sunday at Kansas City even though he missed practice for a third consecutive day Friday.
Haynesworth, who has a sore right hamstring, did not practice last week, but started against the San Diego Chargers in Tennessee's 23-17 overtime loss.
``We'll warm him up before the game and see how he is,'' coach Jeff Fisher said. ``He's managing. He'll have setbacks after the ballgame, but each week he's having less of a setback.''
Linebacker Gilbert Gardner suffered a calf injury during practice Friday and was sent to a doctor for an evaluation. Gardner threw his gloves off during a special teams drill and limped off the practice field slowly following a trainer.
Linebacker David Thornton (knee) returned to practice after missing two days, as did return man Chris Barclay (toe). Cornerback Eric King (hamstring) and guard Eugene Amano (knee) were limited.

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