Which Titans players are most likely to return to action?

With a few more weeks left until the start of training camp, here are five Titans who could be back for a team-friendly game on Sept. 1.

TE Travis Kelce: Kelce is likely to play in a full-contact practice and will likely be on the field in the preseason opener.

Kelce has been limited to limited participation in the past two preseason games due to a calf injury, but he’s had a strong spring.

Kelcie averaged just 7.9 yards per reception in eight games with Kansas City last season, and he was targeted six times.

He should be ready for a big workload.

RB Mark Walton: Walton was one of the better run-blocking backfields in the NFL last season.

But Walton will likely play more than a few snaps this preseason, especially in a team that has three RBs who have yet to see a snap in the regular season.

Walton has yet to break 20 yards rushing on the year.

WR Jeremy Maclin: Maclin has played in only one preseason game, but it was in 2016 and it was against the Giants.

He’ll likely see more action this season.

LB Nick Moody: Moody was one the first linebackers taken in the draft and will have to play a large role in the Titans’ defense.

He’s been inactive the past three games, but is expected to play against the Rams.

DE Zach Brown: Brown was one or two sacks away from a Pro Bowl spot last season and could see a bigger role in 2016.

CB Tashaun Gipson: GipSON has been sidelined by a shoulder injury since the end of the preseason.

He was limited in practice and didn’t participate in a game, so he’s likely to get some extra work in preseason games.

Safety Jarius Wynn: Wynn was limited to six snaps last season but was one tackle for loss.

He could be a big part of the Titans defense.

DT Derrick Morgan: Morgan missed time with a concussion in the offseason and has not practiced since.

He is likely back this season, but with Morgan being sidelined, Wynn will likely see a larger role.

ILB Demetrious Cox: Cox was the only defensive player on the Titans depth chart to start last season despite playing only 18 games.

Cox is likely going to get plenty of playing time this season with Wynn likely to see the majority of snaps.

S Corey Liuget: Liugete has been a key part of Tennessee’s pass rush in the early going.

Liugette was a force at safety last season for the Titans, and Liugety has had a breakout season this season after missing most of the 2016 campaign with a knee injury.