Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker, who has been out since Week 4 with an dislocated left (non-throwing) shoulder, could be cleared to played next Sunday against the Miami Dolphins, depending on the results of an MRI on Monday. Locker already had his non-throwing shoulder dislocated once this season and could have surgery to correct the problem is an option in the offseason.
In the games that he has played this season, Locker has completed 63.2 percent of his passes for 781 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions. The Titans lost to the Chicago Bears on Sunday, 51-20, so they are in need of offensive boost and Locker is in the need for experience.
The Titans' game against the Dolphins in Week 10 is the last game before the Titans have their bye week the following week. Next Sunday's game will be played at Sun Life Stadium with kickoff scheduled for 1 p.m.