Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Titans' picks: Round 2/62 -- Sen'Derrick Marks, DT, 6-2, 308, Auburn...Marks' play tailed off his junior year at Auburn after a strong sophomore campaign. That was due to him playing on two high ankle sprains, a tribute to the toughness that attracted the Titans. Marks has the quickness to be an inside rusher and should be a good fit for defensive line coach Jim Washburn's system. - by The Sports Xchange
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10/05/15 - DT Sen'Derrick Marks, who hasn't played since tearing his ACL in the season finale last year, will have his practice activity increased this week and his status for the game Sunday will be updated Friday.
09/30/15 - DT Sen'Derrick Marks (knee) has missed the first three games as he continues to recover from offseason ACL surgery. He is getting more time in practice but was limited in his work on Wednesday. He is getting closer to a return, however.
09/29/15 - DT Sen'Derrick Marks will continue to get increased practice workload this week. Not likely to return to action on Sunday however.
09/23/15 - DT Sen'Derrick Marks practiced again on Wednesday but on a limited basis. He's likely two weeks away from getting back to game action.
09/06/15 - The Jaguars are rolling the dice with defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks by activating him off the Physically Unable to Perform list and inserting him on the regular roster. Marks had ACL surgery last January and has not practiced with the team since.
The Jaguars had hoped he would be ready for the regular-season opener but that doesn't seem likely now. But leaving him on PUP would have meant keeping him on the sideline for the first six weeks and they feel confident he'll be back in action before then.
"It may not be this week, but probably by Week 2 you'll start to see him go through some individual drills and stuff like that," general manager Dave Caldwell said.
Marks was the Jaguars' best defensive lineman last season. His ability to rush the quarterback often meant he drew double-team coverage, which made it easier for others.