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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee cornerback LeShaun Sims will miss the Titans' game with the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday with a hamstring injury that likely will sideline him the remainder of the season.
The team's third cornerback sustained the injury in Wednesday's practice. Sims had an MRI exam, but Titans coach Mike Mularkey did not share results except to say he could rule Sims out against the Rams.
Mularkey says the injury potentially could cost Sims the rest of the season.
Starting cornerback Logan Ryan missed his second straight practice with an ankle injury, but Titans coach Mike Mularkey says Ryan has not been ruled out yet for Sunday for Tennessee (8-6).
Defensive lineman Karl Klug (groin strain) might return Friday. Linebacker Nate Palmer (illness) also did not practice.
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