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-- WR Dwayne Bowe has enjoyed playing against the Titans over his career, posting 18 catches for 303 yards and a touchdown in three games. That's the most yardage he accumulated against any non-AFC West team in his seven seasons with the Chiefs. It was in 2010 that he caught six passes for 153 yards and a touchdown against Tennessee.

-- CB Brandon Flowers was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday due to swelling in one of his knees. It's a problem he's dealt with since September 15th and it kept him out of last Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid gave no indication if Flowers has made any progress in his treatment and whether he would be ready to go on Sunday against Tennessee.

-- TE Anthony Fasano was able to practice with the Chiefs on Wednesday and that improved his chances of returning to the team's offense for the game against Tennessee on Sunday. Fasano suffered knee and ankle injuries on September 15th and has missed the last two games.

-- P Dustin Colquitt did not punt on Wednesday due to a right knee sprain. The injury happened when a New York Giants linebacker deflected Colquitt's kick in last Sunday's game. His right knee hit LB Damontre Moore in the hip and left Colquitt limping. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said he should be ready to punt on Sunday.

-- QB Alex Smith played against the Titans just once in his career, a start for the 49ers against Tennessee during the 2009 season at San Francisco. Smith threw for 286 yards and a pair of touchdown passes, but also threw three interceptions in losing 34-27.

-- RB Jamaal Charles faced the Titans twice and totaled 160 yards in total offense on 16 carries and eight receptions. Charles has a pair of touchdown catches against Tennessee, unusual considering it wasn't until this season that he's been used as a receiver.

-- RB Jamaal Charles did not practice on Wednesday because of blisters on the bottom of both feet. He picked them up in last Sunday's game against the Giants. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said his top offensive threat should be OK for Sunday's game.

-- WR Dexter McCluster's 89-yard punt return for a touchdown against the Giants was the fourth longest in Chiefs history

-- SS Eric Berry returned an interception 54 yards for a touchdown against the Titans in 2010. It was the first score of his career. His second came earlier this season when he returned an interception for a score against Philadelphia.

-- LG Jeff Allen was able to practice with the Chiefs on Wednesday improving his chances of getting back on the field this coming Sunday against Tennessee. Allen suffered a groin injury on September 19th in the game against Philadelphia and missed last Sunday's game against the New York Giants.