Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker might have a season-ending foot injury, according to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. Further reports indicate that he has a Lisfranc injury, which would require surgery. It would be his second serious injury this season.
Locker left Sunday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars with the injury. He came up limping after a simple handoff, with no defenders touching him. After spending time on the trainer's table, Locker walked to the locker room. Ryan Fitzpatrick came in and finished the game. He started two games earlier this season.
Locker's three-year NFL career has been derailed by multiple injuries. He missed two games this season with a hip injury and missed most of last season with a fractured shoulder. If Locker is done for the year, that leaves the starting job back up to Fitzpatrick, with Rusty Smith as the backup. Fitzpatrick had a decent performance on Sunday, but lost a fumble that turned into a defensive touchdown and handed the Jaguars their first win of the season.