Jake Locker recovering from shoulder surgery

Tennessee Titans' Jake Locker on December 30, 2012
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Jake Locker will be using his post-surgery recovery period to look back over the 2012 season.

Jake Locker has said that he will be studying tapes from the past season while recovering from shoulder surgery.

The Tennessee Titans quarterback underwent an operation on his non-throwing arm, having played much of the season with the injury.

Locker told the team's website: "I think [surgeon] Dr Elrod was real happy with everything, and I feel really good.

"I kind of can't do a whole lot now so it gives me the opportunity to really go back and watch a lot of the tape and benefit from it. I've seen a few games, our last couple, but I haven't gotten into all of them yet and started the real study of it, but I'm sure I will this week.

"I trust the guys that did the surgery and that I'll be going into rehab with."

The 24-year-old was able to play in 11 games for the Titans, making 10 touchdown passes and throwing 11 interceptions.

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