Titans quarterback Jake Locker is "likely" headed to the injured reserve-designated to return list after injuring his right hip Sunday, according to a report from NFL.com.
Locker sustained the injury during Tennessee's 38-13 win over the New York Jets.
It's unknown how long Locker will be out, though a short-term IR placement will put the quarterback out until at least December.
The Titans, at 3-1, will now turn to Ryan Fitzpatrick to lead the offense while Locker is out. Fitzpatrick did throw a deep touchdown to Nate Washington during Sunday's win.
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