NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Quarterback Jake Locker is set to start for the Tennessee Titans on Sunday against Miami in his first game in more than a month.
Coach Mike Munchak said Friday that Locker looks good and is ready to go unless something comes up between now and kickoff Sunday in Miami. The coach says Locker moved around and reacted well.
Locker separated his left, non-throwing shoulder for the second time in four games on Sept. 30 against Houston. The second-year quarterback was cleared for contact earlier in the week.
The Titans (3-6) listed Locker as probable on the injury report along with receivers Kenny Britt (knee), Kendall Wright (elbow) and Nate Washington, a late addition after an illness on Friday limited his practice time.
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