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JAKE LOCKER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jake Locker Chronicle: The Fall of the Right-Handed Version of Steve Young

Jake Locker #10 of the Tennessee Titans throws a pass in the fourth quarter during a game against the New York Giants at LP Field on December 7, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. The Giants defeated the Titans 36-7. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images) Jake Locker played in 30 games in his career, starting 23, and he threw for 4,967 yards with 27 touchdowns and 22 interceptions and...
Via The Sports Journal
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Borland's retirement brings out worst in NFL media

We've all seen this movie far too many times.  Some single kernel of news crosses the NFL wire and otherwise (presumably) intelligent writers wildly claw to be the first to paint a cornfield.  The NFL media arms race to be the most sage-y dot connector is the leading cause of a too-often poorly informed fan base.  Fans of this game and eager consumers of written NFL content deserve...
Via Football By Football
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Locker not planning to play baseball

When Jake Locker announced his surprising retirement from football on Tuesday, many instantly wondered whether he would pursue a career in professional baseball. Locker was a standout baseball player in high school and was twice drafted by the Angels (once 40th overall), who hold his rights through August. The Angels have said they have no...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
20 days ago  |  Discuss

Could retirements become a trend in NFL?

On the first official day of the 2015 NFL offseason, a lot of strange things happened. There were four trades involving Pro Bowl players and Pro Bowlers Ndamukong Suh, Jeremy Maclin, Darrelle Revis, Mike Iupati, Julius Thomas and Frank Gore changed teams. But the strangest thing that happened involved three players who won’t be playing football in 2015. On Tuesday, three separate...
Via This Given Sunday
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Angels Still Own Now-Retired Jake Locker’s Baseball Rights

Jake Locker’s retirement announcement on Tuesday shocked almost everyone. The now-26-year-old quarterback was selected by the Tennessee Titans as the No. 8 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft after playing collegiately at the University of Washington. He would play in just 30 games over four seasons with the Titans, only twice throwing for more Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Locker Retires At Age 26 Rather Than Go Through NFL Free Agency

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jake Locker decided to retire from football rather than hit free agency after four seasons with the Tennessee Titans, saying he no longer has the “burning desire” needed to keep playing the game for a living. Locker wrote Tuesday in a statement released through his agent, Camron Hahn, that he decided to retire from the NFL at age...
Via NESN.com
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Jake Locker announces retirement from the NFL

At only 26 years old, former Tennessee Titans’ quarterback Jake Locker has announced his retirement from the NFL. Jake Locker: “I’m retiring from football after much reflection and discussion with my family.Always grateful for having had the opportunity” — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 10, 2015   The announcement of Locker’s retirement comes along with several...
Via Sportsnaut
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Gone so soon? Jake Locker retires after four NFL seasons

Sometimes, people have just had enough. Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker has decided to retire after four seasons in the NFL. Locker released a statement on Tuesday. "I am retiring from football after much reflection and discussion with my family. I will always be grateful for having had the opportunity to realize my childhood dream of playing in the NFL and for the lifelong...
Via Fox Sports
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Confident in Mettenberger, Titans may pass on QB at No. 2

The Tennessee Titans possess the second pick in the upcoming NFL draft, which makes choosing from top quarterback prospects Marcus Mariota and Jamesis Winston a distinct possibility. However, this may not be the direction the Titans plan to go with their prized No. 2 pick. Speaking highly of second-year quarterback Zach Mettenberger, assumptions are that the team may select a quarterback...
Via Sportsnaut
February 15, 2015  |  Discuss

The Eagles Reportedly May be Interested in Jake Locker

Often-injured Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker becomes a free agent next month. While the former first-round bust hasn’t performed at a high level on the field, his position seems to indicate that there will be some interest in his services. According to a player agent, who requested to remain anonymous, there could be interest for Locker from Philadelphia Eagles head coach...
Via Sportsnaut
February 05, 2015  |  Discuss
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