Matt Hasselbeck will get at least one more start for the Tennessee Titans while Jake Locker continues to mend from the shoulder injury he suffered four weeks ago.
Titans coach Mike Munchak said via TitanInsider.com that he assumes Hasselbeck will start again when the Titans face the Indianapolis Colts.
The coach also said the job will belong to Locker, however, once he is healthy enough to return. Locker indicated that he underwent another MRI on Monday to his left non-throwing shoulder, and that he is improving. However, with Hasselbeck having directed two wins in a row, the Titans won't feel the need to rush the second-year pro back into the lineup until he is close to 100 percent.
In other Titans news, linebacker Zac Diles suffered a broken leg and will be out for the season. Also, starting left tackle Michael Roos underwent an appendectomy on Monday morning and could miss some time.
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