Jake Locker may resume some activity this week for the Tennessee Titans, but that won't include playing Sunday against the Buffalo Bills, per TitanInsider.com.
Locker will miss his third consecutive game with a left (non-throwing) shoulder injury. Locker's shoulder was dislocated for the second time this season three weeks ago against the Houston Texans on a sack. He originally dislocated the shoulder in the opener against New England, but did not miss any games the first time, other than finishing against the Patriots.
While Locker works to get back, Matt Hasselbeck will remain under center as the Titans starter.
Locker had an MRI on his shoulder on Monday, and Coach Mike Munchak said the shoulder is healing, but he will be held out this week in the hope that he might return Oct. 28 vs. Indianapolis.
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