With training camp fast approaching, a look at the five Titans to keep an eye on. For a breakdown of the position battles to watch in, click here.
Jake Locker, QB
Just how far the Titans will advance this season falls squarely on the shoulders of Locker, who was ordained the "franchise" quarterback when he was made the No. 8 overall pick in the 2011 draft. But instead of throwing Locker to the wolves as a rookie to take his lumps while learning on the job, the Titans went the conservative route by letting him learn behind veteran starter Matt Hasselbeck. Locker won the starting job out of training camp last season, and then proceeded to play only 11 games after missing the middle five outings because of an injury to his non-throwing shoulder.
Locker showed flashes of play-making ability with his arm and mobile legs, but he has had issues with accuracy and consistency, completing last only 56 percent of his passes, throwing 10 touchdowns and 11 interceptions, and having a paltry e...