Jake Locker won't play for the Tennessee Titans this week when they face the Minnesota Vikings, reports TitanInsider.com.
Locker suffered a separated non-throwing shoulder for the second time in four games in Sunday's loss to Houston and will miss at least this week's game. He could miss more time as the Titans play on a short week the following week with a Thursday game at home vs. Pittsburgh.
Locker originally suffered the injury against the New England Patriots in the season opener. Veteran Matt Hasselbeck will get the start for the Titans.
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