Titans QB Steve McNair did not practice yesterday, two days before the AFC championship game against the Jaguars, because of turf toe.
Coach Jeff Fisher said McNair was added to the official injury report as questionable and will be re-evaluated today.
McNair watched practice with his left foot in a protective boot.
"We'll keep him in the boot until [today] and then see where he is," Fisher said. "The last two days [of practice] irritated it."
McNair has battled the condition for several weeks but has not missed a game.
* REEVES TO RETURN: Dan Reeves says he will return next season as coach of the Falcons after discussing the matter with his wife.
"I'll be coming back. She's not ready to have me around that much more," Reeves told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Reeves, 56, said earlier this month that he was contemplating retiring to spend more time with his wife, Pam.
The Falcons, who played in their first Super Bowl in 1999, were 5-11 this season. Reeves, who underwent heart bypass surgery in December 1998, has two years left on a contract worth about $2 million per season.
* MOVES: Ronnie Jones, a defensive coordinator for San Jose State, is expected to be named the Bills' special teams coach next week. . . . Defensive backs coach Chuck Bresnahan was promoted to defensive coordinator of the Raiders. . . . The Dolphins fired defensive coordinator/linebackers coach George Hill and defensive line coach Cary Godette, the team said.