Locker practiced for the third straight day Friday. He took the majority of reps in the individual drills, "easily more than Ryan Fitzpatrick," The Tennessean reported.
The Titans starting quarterback has been sidelined by the sprained knee and hip he suffered against the New York Jets on Sept. 29, which left the underwhelming Fitzpatrick to man the controls. Titans coach Mike Munchak hasn't ruled out Locker returning to the lineup Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers.
"He can play," Munchak said Thursday, per The Tennessean. "It is just a matter of ... is he quite ready? There is no doubt the more you rest, the more you take off, the stronger your (knee) is going to feel. But it doesn't mean you can't play in the meantime."Around The League Podcast" is now available on iTunes! Click here to listen and subscribe.