Locker has been out since Sept. 30 after dislocating his left (non-throwing) shoulder for the second time in a month. Hasselbeck started five games in his place, guiding the Titans to a 2-3 mark.
"He looks good," Munchak said, via The Tennessean. "He moves around well, his reactions were good. ... He handled everything well, and did all the things we wanted to see. There's no reason to think he won't be ready to play at a high level on Sunday."
Munchak said Locker went through practice without any problems. The Titans haven't placed any restrictions on the second-year player.
"How he plays, there is no control over that," Munchak said. "He is just going to react and go play. He has done a good job sliding and getting down -- he has a knack for that. He just needs to avoid ... taking the useless hits. And be smart about it -- get rid of the ball quicker and those kinds of things. And we have to be smart with the protection."
That job is easier with the young franchise quarterback in the lineup.