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McCluster (foot) was a full participant in Thursday's practice.

Limited Wednesday, McCluster appears on track for Sunday's game against the Bengals after returning to a full practice workload Thursday. If McCluster ultimately can't go, Bishop Sankey could see added work, particularly on passing down.

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McCluster (foot) was limited at practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.

More on McCluster's status for Sunday's game against the Bengals as the week continues. Through two games, McCluster has 13 carries for 59 yards, and if he is out or limited at this weekend, it's possible that Bishop Sankey (eight carries to date) could see added Week 3 touches in tandem with Shonn Greene.

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McCluster (foot) has a sore foot and his status for Sunday's game against Cincinnati remains unclear, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.

McCluster was seen wearing a walking boot following Sunday's loss to Dallas. More will be known about the running back's health when the Titans resume practice Wednesday.

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McCluster suffered a right foot injury and was seen after the game in a walking boot, the Tennessean reports.

There was no update following the game and we'll be watching to see if McCluster can get on the practice field Wednesday leading up to Week 3 against the Bengals.

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McCluster had four rushes for 30 yards and caught one pass for nine yards in Sunday's 26-10 loss to Dallas.

Considering Tennessee had the ball for just 19 minutes, McCluster didn't perform too badly. Starter Shonn Greene had limited opportunities as well, rushing for 40 yards on just five carries. Meanwhile, rookie Bishop Sankey appears to be the third option for now, as he received just two carries for three yards.

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McCluster had nine carries for 29 rushing yards and one catch on two targets for 17 receiving yards Sunday against the Chiefs.

McCluster finished with six fewer carries than Shonn Greene but three more than rookie Bishop Sankey, and he was the only running back to have a pass thrown his way. The Titans appear to be using a running-back-by-committee approach early in the season, though McCluster isn't likely to end up with a bigger workload than Greene or Sankey.

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McCluster is listed as the Titans' No. 3 running back on the team's latest posted depth chart, the Titans' official site reports.

McCluster has been supplanted by rookie Bishop Sankey, who's listed as the number two back behind starter Shonn Greene on the updated depth chart. McCluster will likely be involved on third downs and in the return game as well, but his overall fantasy value will remain limited so long as he's the third-choice option in the backfield.

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McCluster had three carries for eight yards and one reception for eight yards in Saturday's preseason game against the Falcons.

McCluster and Leon Washington both saw work with the first-team offense, while Bishop Sankey didn't play until the second half. It seems unlikely that Washington will actually have a role in the offense, but that would undoubtedly be an unwelcome development for McCluster's owners.

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McCluster ran three times for 19 yards in Tennessee's preseason opener against Green Bay on Saturday.

McCluster did most of his damage on a 10-yard burst up the middle to end the first quarter. He'll be battling Shonn Greene and rookie Bishop Sankey for backfield touches this season, but McCluster figures to be involved regularly in the passing game, giving him some added fantasy appeal.

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McCluster is listed as the second running back and primary punt returner on the Titans' initial depth chart in advance of Saturday's preseason opener against Green Bay, The Tennessean reports.

McCluster, who signed with the Titans during the offseason, will be competing for snaps alongside the likes of Shonn Greene, Bishop Sankey and Leon Washington. His fantasy value remains limited, however, with the 5-foot-8, 170-pound McCluster needing space in order to be most effective. Greene and Sankey are the favorites to get most of the work out of the backfield.