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November 10, 2013 at 2:58 PM

Tennessee Titans’ Jake Locker likely done for the season with foot injury

Titans quarterback Jake Locker leaves the field after injuring his foot in the second quarter against the Jaguars. (Wade Payne/The Associated Press)

Titans quarterback Jake Locker leaves the field after injuring his foot in the second quarter against the Jaguars. (Wade Payne/The Associated Press)

From The Tennessean:

Titans quarterback Jake Locker suffered a right foot injury during Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars and indications are he will miss the rest of the season, according to sources familiar with the situation.

The Titans believe Locker suffered a Lisfranc injury and surgery is a possibility, sources said.

Locker was hurt in the second quarter and the Titans initially announced his return was questionable. He returned to the sideline late in the third quarter on crutches, his foot in a protective boot.

Read more here.

Meanwhile, another former Husky, Jermaine Kearse, was part of the biggest play in the Seahawks’ victory at Atlanta.

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