Head coach Mike Vrabel said Beasley made progress over the past week. Beasley worked with strength and conditioning assistant Brian Bell and Vrabel on a side field Thursday during the Titans' practice.
Beasley reported to training camp 10 days late after being placed on the reserve-did not report list for undisclosed reasons when the Titans started training camp on July 28. Titans GM Jon Robinson released a statement three days into Beasley's absence saying they spoke but the time that he was missing was unexcused.
The Titans signed Beasley to a one-year, $9.5 million deal in March. He is expected to help bolster the pass rush after finishing with eight sacks for the Atlanta Falcons last season.