Titans head coach Mike Munchak confirmed Thursday quarterback Jake Locker underwent surgery Wednesday in Charlotte to repair the Lisfranc injury to his right foot he sustained against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Munchak said he did not have details, but that there was nothing out of the ordinary.
Locker is facing four to six months recovery time, but Munchak said he expects Locker to be able to participate in off season work in May, Organized Team Activities in June in and Training Camp in July.
The Titans named Locker their starting quarterback before last season, since then he's suffered two shoulder injuries, a hip sprain, a knee sprain, the most recent foot injury and has played in only 18 games.
- Nov. 10, 2013: Jake Locker out for season with foot injury