Bishop Sankey rushed 12 times for 42 yards in the Titans' Week 2 loss to the Browns.
Bishop Sankey ate up 74 rushing yards on 12 carries and a touchdown while adding another 12 receiving yards and a touchdown on two catches in the Titans’ Week 1 win over the Buccaneers.
ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky does not expect Bishop Sankey to open the season as Tennessee's "established lead guy" at tailback.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt says his running back usage will be game-plan specific.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt said the team is open to signing another running back.
Bishop Sankey managed 17 yards on six carries in the Titans' third preseason game.
Bishop Sankey rushed six times for 45 yards in the Titans' second preseason game Sunday night.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Saturday he is open to the idea of using a true feature back if one of the Titans' running backs asserts himself as such.
Bishop Sankey is getting the majority of first-team reps at Titans camp.
The Titans' website believes Bishop Sankey has been the "most impressive running back" in camp, and "shown better instincts" than he did as a rookie.
ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky expects Bishop Sankey to be the team's Week 1 starter at tailback, but to "lose carries to rookie David Cobb."
The Tennessean says Bishop Sankey is the "odds-on favorite" to start Week 1.
According to ESPN Titans reporter Paul Kuharsky, Bishop Sankey has been working a "great deal" on taking the "right course" before and after handoffs.
Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt believes Bishop Sankey adding weight will help him in pass protection and as a finisher of runs.