AFC South teams didn't incur many notable injuries in Week 4, though the Tennessee Titans did lose quarterback Jake Locker to a shoulder injury in the first quarter of their 38-13 loss to the Houston Texans. The injury occurred on a sack, and Locker was unable to return the game afterward. He'll have an MRI on the shoulder Monday. Locker told The Sporting News that his shoulder was sore after the game:
"We’ll have it checked out tomorrow and have a better idea of it. … We’ll know a lot more tomorrow after I have an MRI tomorrow and the doctors will have an opportunity to look at it."
If Locker cannot play because of the injury, veteran Matt Hasselbeck will replace him.
The Jacksonville Jaguars got back several contributors this week -- offensive linemen Cam Bradfield and Eben Britton, as well as running back Rashad Jennings, were active following two-game absences. George Selvie and Daryl Smith were unable to go.