After missing most of the week's practices with a hip ailment, Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington was limited on Friday and was listed as "Questionable" for Sunday's game against the Carolina Panthers.
The Titans' leading receiver following the season-ending injury to Kenny Britt, Washington has emerged as a favorite target of quarterback Matt Hasselbeck. On the season, Washington has 36 receptions for 461 yards and two touchdowns, but injured his hip during the final two minutes of last Sunday's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Washington expects to play on Sunday.
"It feels a lot better," Washington said on Thursday. "I don't know when Coach Munchak is going to allow me to practice again. I'm not too worried about it. My main job is to come in and do the work and get healthy."
In addition to Washington, Titans wide receiver Lavelle Hawkins is nicked up, but plans to play through a dislocated finger.
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