The Tennessee Titans are expecting quarterback Jake Locker to return to the field on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins after missing multiple games with a shoulder injury.
Locker was cleared to return to practice on Wednesday and felt comfortable following the session.
He is now on track to start for the Titans barring any setbacks.
When Locker does step under center on Sunday, he will be wearing a protective brace on his non-throwing shoulder in an attempt to prevent another separation. Locker plans to take the field without worrying about the injury.
“I am not going to go out and play with any concerns, or anything in the back of my mind,” he said. “I am just going to go out and play like I always have.”