9:30 AM EDT, Fri October 24, 2014
Columbus Dispatch

Around the NFL: Titans quarterback Jake Locker probable for game vs. Browns

After going through a full week of practice, Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker is on track to return to the starting lineup against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Locker was listed yesterday as probable on the final injury report. He sat out last week’s 41-17 loss at Indianapolis because of an injury to his right (throwing) wrist.


Cleveland Browns notes: Jake Locker will start at quarterback for Tennessee Titans

For better or for worse, like renewing vows in a bad marriage, Jake Locker will start at quarterback for the Titans against the Browns on Oct. 5 after missing last week's game against the Colts with a wrist injury. Locker was a first-round choice by the Titans in 2011. He is 9-12 as a starter. He has thrown 19 touchdown passes and 25 interceptions.

Tampa Bay Times

NFL's key injuries

KEY INJURIESQB Jake Locker, Titans: Locker is dealing with an injured wrist on his right (throwing) hand and missed practice Wednesday and Thursday while being limited Friday. His status is uncertain, and backup Charlie Whitehurst hasn't started a game since 2011.