JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (AP) - Jaguars receiver Mike Sims-Walker expects to play at Tennessee despite missing practice because of a high ankle sprain.
Sims-Walker is wearing an air cast on his right ankle, but insists it’s only precautionary to help prevent swelling.
He injured his ankle Nov. 14 against Houston and was inactive the following week against Cleveland. He was limited in practice last week, but started against the New York Giants. He caught four passes for 48 yards, giving him 36 receptions for 466 yards this season.
Sims-Walker says he didn’t do any more damage to his ankle by playing against the Giants and plans to be ready to go against the Titans on Sunday.