Running back Alex Collins, who wore a brace on his right knee during practice, declined to link the injury to his underwhelming numbers of 57 carries for 217 yards and two touchdowns. “I wouldn’t necessarily say it limited my ability because I play through injury or [even] if it’s bothering me a little bit,” he said. “If I can go full-speed or full-go, it may limit me a little bit, but I wouldn’t let it hold me back. … They were just wanting to make sure that I would be able to go full-go on Sunday, and it wouldn’t bother me and just protecting it a little bit. It just bothered me a little bit, but not too bad.” … When middle linebacker C.J. Mosley and Titans running back Derrick Henry clash Sunday, it will be a meeting of two former Alabama standouts. But Mosley, whose senior season in 2013 was Henry’s freshman year, is still a little miffed that he was unable to bring down Henry on a pass play that helped Tennessee convert a third-and-3 in the fourth quarter of a 23-20 win Nov. 5, 2017. “I still owe him from last year because they had a big third-down conversion at the end of the game,” Mosley recalled. “I tried to knock down the stiff arm, and he broke the tackle on me. I have to make sure that this time, I don’t let him get a big play. But it’s always fun watching former teammates, especially going against them on the offensive side because you don’t really get to play against them as hard as you can [in practice]. It’s always a good thing seeing your former teammates in the league.” ... Tennessee practiced Wednesday without a trio of starters in inside linebacker Will Compton (hamstring), left tackle Taylor Lewan (foot) and strong safety Kenny Vaccaro (elbow). Wesley Woodyard (shoulder), another starting inside linebacker, was limited.