Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker (10) tackles Patriots free safety Patrick Chung after Chung picked up a fumble in the fourth quarter Sunday. Locker got hurt on the play as the Titans lost 34-13. - JAE S. LEE / THE TENNESSEAN
Nashville, TN (Sports Network) - Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker has been ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Minnesota Vikings with a left shoulder injury.
The club's injury report on Friday confirmed the move, as it revealed Locker did not participate in practice at all this week.
Locker left Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Houston Texans when he was hit by Houston's Glover Quin midway through the first quarter. He stayed on the ground for several minutes before heading back to the locker room with his left arm tucked against his chest. He returned to the sideline in the second quarter in street clothes with his left arm in a sling.
The Titans listed linebackers Patrick Bailey (hand) and Colin McCarthy (ankle), wideout Kenny Britt (ankle), tackle Mike Otto (finger) and defensive end Scott Solomon (hamstring) as questionable.
Tight end Jared Cook was deemed probable after participating fully in practice on Friday after having been limited on Wednesday and Thursday.
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