The Tennessee Titans will be without starting quarterback Jake Locker for the remainder of the season due to a Lisfranc injury suffered in Sunday's loss to the previously winless Jacksonville Jaguars.
The Tennessee Titans will start Jake Locker at quarterback Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers at LP Field.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker is expected to start Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers following a two-game absence, a source confirmed to ESPN.
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Jake Locker has taken all the first-team repetitions in practice this week and it appears he will be the starting quarterback for the Titans against the Dolphins, replacing veteran Matt Hasselbeck, a team source said.