Found November 20, 2011 on Pro Football Talk:
The Titans are seeing what their rookie first-round quarterback can do, but not for the reasons they’d want. Jake Locker is in at quarterback for Tennessee after starter Matt Hasselbeck left the game with what appeared to be an elbow or forearm injury. Hasselbeck was standing on the sideline with ice on his arm and…

Hasselbeck says he will start Sunday

Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck says he will start Sunday. His sore right elbow knocked him out of one game, but Hasselbeck told Tampa Bay reporters Wednesday in a conference call that he will start against the Buccaneers (4-6). The 13-year veteran left last week's 23-17 loss to Atlanta midway through the third quarter when he hit his throwing arm on a defender's helmet...

Hasselbeck leaves game with elbow injury

Tennessee quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has left Sunday's game against the Falcons with a sprained right elbow. Rookie Jake Locker took over for Hasselbeck late in the third quarter. There was no immediate update from the Titans on the severity of Hasselbeck's injury. Hasselbeck completed 13 of 25 passes for 124 yards with an interception before leaving with the Falcons leading...

Atlanta Falcons 23, Tennessee Titans 17

The Titans looked like they were sleepwalking until Matt Hasselbeck injured his forearm.  Jake Locker revived the team and he almost brought them all the way back in this game.  Hasselbeck completed 13 of 25 passes for 124 yards with 0 TD passes and 1 INT.  He also carried the ball 1 time for 17 yards in this game.  Jake Locker was sharp as he completed 9 of 19 passes for 140...

Titans' Hasselbeck sees AFC South race 'up for grabs'

The Texans sit atop their division, but don't tell that to Titans QB Matt Hasselbeck, who believes the battle for the AFC South is just getting started.

Despite Locker Rally, Falcons Finish The Job

The Atlanta Falcons were able to hang on after the Titans turn to Jake Locker, who starts to lead a comeback, but the Falcons' offense makes the plays it needs to late, and win 23-17.

Titans' Hasselbeck has no structural damage

Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has no structural damage to his right forearm and elbow. Whether he plays against Tampa Bay will be determined by how comfortable the veteran is throwing the ball.

Titans' Hasselbeck exits with right elbow sprain

Tennessee quarterback Matt Hasselbeck has left Sunday's game against the Falcons with a sprained right elbow.

Titans' Hasselbeck will start if healthy, despite Locker's success

Titans rookie QB Jake Locker played well in place of injured starter Matt Hasselbeck, but coach Mike Munchak said Hasselbeck is the man if he's healthy.

Source: Hasselbeck's elbow OK, tests reveal

Tests on Matt Hasselbeck's elbow showed no structural damage and the Tennessee Titans quarterback could play as soon as Sunday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Locker replaces injuried Hasselbeck as Titans fall to Falcons

Roddy White had seven receptions for a season-high 147 yards and Atlanta fended off a comeback led by rookie quarterback Jake Locker, beating Tennessee 23-17 Sunday after staring quarterback Matt Hasselbeck left with an elbow injury.

Falcons handle Titans, 23-17

Abraham sacks Locker The Falcons rebounded from last week’s tough loss with a strong 23-17 win over the Tennessee Titans at home. The Falcons record moves to 6-4, as they attempt to keep pace down the stretch in the NFC playoff race. Matt Ryan led the team, completing 22 of 32 passes for 316 yards and a touchdown. Michael Turner had 100 yards on the ground on 21 carries (4.8 avg...
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