Titans' Locker 'most likely' out for the season

QB will undergo tests on Monday to make final determination. Terry McCormick

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The Tennessee Titans' embarrassing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars was bad enough, but the worse news is that quarterback Jake Locker could be lost for the season with a foot injury.

Per a source, reported that Locker's foot injury was "bad" and that he was "most likely" out for the remaining seven games of the season.

Locker suffered the injury running on an option play. He limped back to the huddle and stayed in the game, but could not execute a handoff to Chris Johnson on the ensuing play and the Titans lost the football and a scoring opportunity in the red zone.

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