DeMarco Murray took the opening handoff of team drills, galloped through a large hole, and ran past a couple of would-be Carolina Panthers tacklers for a big gain. It looked as close to a fully healthy Murray as the Tennessee Titans have seen since the first week of training camp.
Murray's hamstring injury, suffered Aug. 2, cost him nearly two weeks of full practice reps, but Titans coach Mike Mularkey anticipates him playing Saturday against the Panthers.
Murray said his hamstring feels better, but he did not want to put a percentage on his health. He returned to team drills earlier this week and did not appear limited in Wednesday's joint practice with the Panthers, the story said.