After returning to practice this week QB Jake Locker will reassume his job as the Titans’ starting quarterback.
Locker will be under center Sunday when the Titans take on the Dolphins.
The second-year QB started the first four games of the season before suffering a shoulder injury. In those four games, he completed 67-of-106 passes for 781 yards, four touchdowns and two interceptions. He also had eight carries for 67 yards.
Veteran Matt Hasselbeck has started five games in Locker’s place. He has thrown seven TD passes and five interceptions and won two games. The Titans have a 3-6 record.