Jake Locker: 'I'm moving much better'

Locker: 'I'm moving much better'
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Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker says that he has more mobility following the team's bye week.

Jake Locker has said that he has been moving better ahead of his second game since overcoming a hip injury.

The Tennessee Titans quarterback missed two games with a sprained hip and knee, before returning for the 31-17 defeat to the San Francisco 49ers before the team's bye week.

The 25-year-old told reporters: "I really don't do the percentage thing, but I feel a lot more confident and am moving around better so I feel good. [The brace] does what I need, so I like it.

"You look at where we sit in our division, and we're not where we want to be. We're 3-4 and we think we could have a few more wins, but in the grand scheme of things we're two games back and we have an opportunity to play that team twice before the end of the year."

The Titans face the St Louis Rams on Sunday.

Titans QB Jake Locker celebrates a TD against Houston on September 15, 2013
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