Will Locker See Playing Time In First Year?
Matt Hasselbeck was signed to be Jake Locker’s mentor. Now, Locker has signed himself, in hopes of becoming the next face of the Titans’ franchise.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Locker signed a four-year contract worth more than $12 million with the Titans.
Despite the acquisition of Hasselbeck, don’t be surprised if we see a lot of Locker in Tennessee – he’s ready to make an immediate impact under center.
The quarterback from the University of Washington was the eighth overall pick in last April’s draft.
Next in line for the Titans: locking up Locker’s backfield partner, the best back in the NFL, Chris Johnson, to a new deal.