Jake Locker
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By Jonathan Anderson, Titans Correspondent, Sat, Aug 9th 10:49pm EDT

Jake Locker started the Titans' first preseason game vs. the Packers on Saturday night at LP Field. He was replaced by Charlie Whitehurst after a first quarter in which Locker went 1 of 2 for 5 yards.

Fantasy Impact: It was a bit surprising to see Locker trotting out for another drive near the end of the first quarter, given the conditions at LP Field during a heavy rainstorm. Locker was able to escape the game unscathed, although the Titans weren't able to do much on offense with him at the helm.

By Nathan Levin, Titans Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 3:18pm EDT

Jake Locker appears to be recovering well from his Lisfranc surgery, having participated in all OTA's this offseason, along with the team's minicamp in June. This will be the third OC Locker's played for in four years, but Locker says "I feel very comfortable with where we are." (Source: The Tennessean)

Fantasy Impact: Entering his contract year, this is really a make or break year for Locker. He'll need to learn Jason Michael's system very quickly to fall under Ken Whisenhunt's good graces. Otherwise, this might be the last year that we see Jake Locker as a starter in the NFL.

The New York Times | Aug 22nd
Solid preseason thus far. Sneaky QB2 if he can stay on the field.
Breaking Football | Aug 21st
Locker has immense upside but is erratic and constantly hurt. If anyone can milk the magic out of him, though, it's Ken Whisenhunt. He's an interesting sleeper for one last season.
The Football Girl | Aug 21st
He's just too damn inaccurate. You don't want him as your partner in darts.
FFLockerRoom | Aug 20th
He is the Titans best option as starting quarterback to begin the 2014 season. And to be honest, the other possibilities are not that endearing. It is Locker's job to lose by default. Just don't expect much more than QB3 numbers from this veteran quarterback.
Fantasy Team Advice | Aug 10th
Surrounded by offensive talent and with the addition of a head coach that brings a reputation for developing quarterbacks, the dual-threat Locker has breakout potential in 2014.
Rotoprofessor | Aug 5th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) As is often the case in the NFL, the upcoming free agent QB class is light on talent. If you are a franchise quarterback you are locked up to a long-term deal, because you are the centerpiece of the
KFFL | Jul 2nd
Can Ken Whisenhunt replicate his SD success in the Music City? How will Jake Locker respond?