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Titans WR Julio Jones’ message on status ahead of Week 6 vs. Bills

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After missing two games due to a hamstring injury, Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones is now on track to make his return to action.

Jones was a full participant in practice on Friday, which comes after he made his long-awaited return to practice during the Titans’ scheduled session on Thursday.

Jones was ruled out from Tennessee’s road matchups against the New York Jets and Jacksonville Jaguars due to his nagging hamstring injury. But as Jones noted following the Titans’ practice session on Friday, he is ready to feature for the team in the upcoming Monday Night Football clash with the Buffalo Bills.

“I feel great,” Jones said. “I did everything I needed to do, and I’m ready to go.

“I am out here practicing, I am out here flying around, and I feel good.”

It has been quite a road to recovery for Jones, and as the veteran receiver further touched on, he is now fully focused on preparing for Titans’ showdown against the Bills.

“At the end of the day, we just have to come out here and keep working,” Jones said. “So, you can see the best version of myself, and the other guys as well. We just have to keep working and keep getting better every day.

“I am putting the work in each and every day to prepare for Monday night.”

Tennessee is on par to feature both Jones and wideout A.J. Brown together for the first time since the Week 3 game against the Indianapolis Colts. Brown made his return to action from his hamstring injury last week against the Jaguars, where he recorded three receptions and 38 receiving yards.

Brown has been a full participant in practice this week and barring any major setback, he is slated to tag along with Jones for the Titans’ key test against the Bills.

Both wideouts have much work to do to help out a Titans pass offense that currently ranks 26th in the NFL with a 221.4 passing yards per game average.