Quarterback Jake Locker received positive news from his most recent MRI, and there’s a chance he could play in Sunday’s game against the Dolphins, Titans Coach Mike Munchak said on Tuesday night.
Locker has missed the last five games after dislocating his non-throwing shoulder for the second time in the team’s September 30 game at Houston. He’s been practicing the last several weeks, and received an MRI each week to update his recovery. The team received results from Locker’s most recent MRI on Tuesday.
Munchak said the plan is for Locker to split reps with Matt Hasselbeck, so there is a bit of uncertainty as to who the starter will be at this point in the week. The Titans have a bye in Week 11, so it's possible they hold Locker out this week against Miami.