Injury report: Warren kept out with calf issue

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots defensive end Ty Warren is nursing a calf injury that kept him out of practice Wednesday afternoon, and wide receiver Randy Moss missed the session as well (not injury related), according to the team's practice participation/injury report.

Warren, Moss, Matt Light (knee) and Fred Taylor (ankle) were the four players absent from practice for the Patriots on Wednesday. Eight others engaged in limited participation, including defensive lineman Jarvis Green (knee), offensive lineman Nick Kaczur (ankle), linebacker Jerod Mayo (knee), safety James Sanders (shoulder), defensive back Shawn Springs (knee), tight end Benjamin Watson (head), wide receiver Wes Welker (knee) and defensive lineman Vince Wilfork (ankle).

For the Oilers (as Sunday's game is one of the AFL legacy games this season, the Titans are officially using their throwback name this week), three defensive backs did not practice: cornerbacks Cortland Finnegan (hamstring) and Nick Harper (forearm), and safety Michael Griffin (neck). Also not practicing today were offensive linemen Leroy Harris (concussion) and Jake Scott (illness) and tight end Craig Stevens (concussion).

Linebackers Colin Allred (shoulder) and Stanford Keglar (hamstring) and safety Vincent Fuller (forearm) had limited participation.