NASHVILLE - Jake Locker has no structural damage to his left, non-throwing shoulder, and Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak said his quarterback will be day-to-day this week.
Locker dislocated his shoulder Sunday early in a 38-14 loss to Houston when sacked by cornerback Glover Quinn in an injury Munchak said happened from Locker slamming back into the turf, not from the hit itself. He watched the rest of the game with his arm in a sling and had a magnetic resonance imaging exam Monday.
Munchak said the Titans will know more in the next couple of days whether Locker will play Sunday's road game against the Vikings.
"It's similar to last time," Munchak said of Locker, who originally hurt his shoulder in the season opener. "The MRI was very similar. It popped out, and they popped it back in. He's real sore right now, so they're just waiting a couple of days to get a full examination."