Jackie Battle RB TEN 16 Days

Battle (stinger) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Battle has been dealing with a stinger which has limited his participation in practice this week, but he's been able to overcome it enough to start Sunday. He has been moved from running back to fullback this season, so his carries should certainly decrease, although he could get a goal-line carry here-and-there.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 18 Days

Battle (stinger) is considered probable to play in Tennessee's regular season opener against Kansas City, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports.

Battle has been dealing with a stinger, which has limited his participation in practice this week. It appears, however, that the newly-converted fullback will be available for Week 1 in Kansas City.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 20 Days

Battle (stinger) was limited at practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.

Given that Battle is the only fullback currently rostered by the Titans, his Week 1 status does not appear to be in much doubt, though fantasy utility will be difficult for him to carve out with Shonn Greene, Bishop Sankey and Dexter McCluster on hand to handle the bulk of the team's running back duties.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 29 Days

Battle (stinger) missed practice on Monday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.

Battle picked up the stinger in this past Saturday's preseason game against Atlanta. The 30-year-old is currently listed as Tennessee's starting fullback, with backup Collin Mooney set to assume more responsibility if Battle is unable to go for the regular season opener against Kansas City.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 1 Month

Battle sustained a stinger during Saturday's preseason game in Atlanta and won't return, John Glennon of The Tennessean reports.

Battle was penciled in as the starting fullback early in camp, but the ailment places his status in doubt as the preseason draws to a close. In his place, Collin Mooney is the sole option to lead block for the Titans' stable of backs.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 2 Months

The Titans have moved Battle to fullback and he is currently ahead of incumbent Collin Mooney on the depth chart, ESPN.com reports.

Battle found himself near the bottom of the pecking order in a crowded backfield that includes Shonn Greene, Bishop Sankey, Dexter McCluster and Leon Washington, so the switch in positions makes sense. Battle figures to be the starting fullback when Tennessee opens its preseason against Green Bay on Saturday.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 2 Months

The Nashville Tennessean expects Jackie Battle to serve as the Titans' fullback.

Battle is also competing with injury-prone Shonn Greene for goal-line and short-yardage work behind rookie Bishop Sankey. At fullback, 30-year-old Battle is trying to knock off Collin Mooney. Battle's a near-lock to make the final roster because he can play both positions and consistently cover kicks.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 7 Months

Titans re-signed RB Jackie Battle.

It's undoubtedly a one-year deal for the 30-year-old plodder. Battle appeared in all 16 games for the Titans in 2013, rushing for 142 yards and one touchdown on 36 carries (3.9 YPC) as the No. 3 running back. He'll compete for a roster spot this summer. Battle contributed six tackles on special teams last season.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 9 Months

Jackie Battle rushed for 16 yards on one carry and caught one pass for two yards in Week 17 against the Texans.

Battle served as Chris Johnson's No. 2 early in the season while Shonn Greene recovered from a knee scope but reverted back to No. 3 duties once Greene was healthy. Battle, 30, rushed 36 times for 142 yards and one touchdown this season, adding four catches for 36 yards. Battle will be a free agent in March and will likely struggle to find work.

Jackie Battle RB TEN 11 Months

Jackie Battle (neck) is practicing in full for Week 7, but is expected to be third on the depth chart against San Francisco.

With Shonn Greene (knee scope) finally ready to return, Battle will no longer back up Chris Johnson. If he touches the ball, it won't be more than 2-3 times.