While we doubt it gets (or deserves), the play-by-play treatment of Robert Griffin III’s knee surgery this morning, Titans quarterback Jake Locker is getting a little work done today as well.
According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennesseean, Locker is having his left shoulder repaired. He dislocated his non-throwing shoulder twice this season.
Wyatt says the Titans are hoping to have him back by May. Locker clearly wasn’t the same player when he returned from the injury, as a rough finish created doubt about the future of coach Mike Munchak.
But Munchak got another year, and now he hopes to have a healthy quarterback to pin his hopes on.
Meanwhile, we’re wondering what the NFL Network would get if it crossed Dr. Oz with Albert Breer-on-a-lockout-street-corner for minute-by-minute surgical updates.