Erin Weaver
Sunday November 10th, 2013

After an early exit with a foot injury, it's unlikely Locker will be healthy for Week 11. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images) After an early exit, it's unlikely Locker will be healthy for Week 11. (Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

Titans quarterback Jake Locker exited Sunday's game early with a right foot injury. Titans coach Mike Munchak said in the post-game press conference that he expects Locker to miss next week's game.

Locker had been out earlier in the season, after injuring his hip in Week 4. He made a surprisingly early return, when after having been projected to miss close to two months, he came back in Week 7.

He exited Sunday's game in the second quarter and reappeared later on the sideline in a walking boot and using crutches. There's no timetable for Locker's return for now, but Munchak said he "can't imagine" Locker will be healthy for Week 11.

The Titans will return to Ryan Fitzpatrick while Locker is out. https://twitter.com/jwyattsports/status/399652571905654784

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