NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Jake Locker practiced Wednesday for the Tennessee Titans, and now the quarterback will see how his right wrist responds to a full session of throwing the ball.
Locker isn't overly concerned, he expects to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns.
The quarterback says he feels really good and was able to do everything Wednesday, which he calls encouraging. Locker lobbied coach Ken Whisenhunt to play in last week's 41-17 loss at Indianapolis but watched from the sideline as backup Charlie Whitehurst played. Locker says it's always tough staying on the sideline.
Whisenhunt wants to see how Locker feels Thursday after a full practice. Locker struggled in his last two starts, but the coach says all of the Titans must play better.
The Titans (1-3) host the Browns (1-2) on Sunday having lost three straight.