Kendall Wright has cracked bone in right hand, might still play

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Kendall Wright has a cracked bone in his right hand, but it won’t necessarily keep him from playing Sunday against the Giants and LP Field.

Wright suffered the injury when he slipped in practice Wednesday.

The team considers him day to day and will monitor the swelling and pain in the hand, which is something he can potentially play with.

The team’s top wide receiver is coming of his best game of the season, in which he caught seven passes for 132 yards and a touchdown. He leads the Titans with five touchdown catches.

Justin Hunter was lost for the remainder of the season when he suffered a lacerated spleen in that loss to Houston, so even if Wright plays the Titans will be calling on reserves.

Behind Wright and Nate Washington are veterans Derek Hagan and Kris Durham, who was claimed off waivers from Detroit after final cuts. Durham has been inactive for 10 games and has not played at all in the two games when he’s dressed.

Undrafted rookie Josh Stewart from Oklahoma State is on the team's practice squad and could be a call up if they determine Wright won't be able to play.