Zac Stacy returns to Rams practice

EARTH CITY, Mo. -- After posting 134 rushing yards against Seattle on Monday night, St. Louis Rams rookie running back Zac Stacy has had fans and fantasy owners alike on the edge of their seats waiting for news on the ankle/foot injury that kept him on the sideline for part of the team's final drive.

Rest easy, all. After sitting out Wednesday's practice, Stacy not only returned to practice Thursday but did so as a full participant. He moved around just fine during the workout, and seems to be on schedule to be ready to play Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.

The Rams' injury report remains lengthy, though, and did add a few names to the mix Thursday. Defensive end Robert Quinn (illness), cornerback Brandon McGee (illness) and quarterback Brady Quinn (hip) were new additions who did not practice. Coach Jeff Fisher indicated all three players would be fine this week.

Here's the full, extended breakdown:

Did not practice: G Harvey Dahl (knee), S Darian Stewart (foot), Robert Quinn (illness), Brady Quinn (hip), McGee (illness).

Limited practice: RB Daryl Richardson (foot)

Full practice: T Jake Long (knee), Stacy (foot), C Scott Wells (thigh), WR Austin Pettis (thigh), QB Kellen Clemens (shoulder), RB Benny Cunningham (ankle)

Of note for the Titans, safety Michael Griffin (quadriceps) did not practice for the second consecutive day. Tackle David Stewart (shoulder) moved from not practicing to limited.