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.