Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt gave Jake Locker an underwhelming endorsement on NFL Network at the Combine.
Titans GM Ruston Webster expects Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery) to be ready for OTAs by June.
Titans CEO Tommy Smith said he's "absolutely" in support of Jake Locker.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt said he is "excited about" and has liked what he's seen from Jake Locker.
New Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt remained noncommittal to Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery) as his 2014 quarterback in an interview with SI's Peter King.
Speaking at new coach Ken Whisenhunt's introductory presser, GM Ruston Webster hinted Jake Locker will get another chance to be the Titans' quarterback in 2014.
New Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt offered tepid praise for Jake Locker at his introductory presser Tuesday, and said the team hasn't ruled out using the No. 11 overall pick on a quarterback.
The Nashville Tennessean expects Jake Locker to be the biggest beneficiary of the Ken Whisenhunt hire.
Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery) said he will be in a walking boot for another three months.
Coach Mike Munchak stopped short Monday of endorsing Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery, I.R.) as the Titans' 2014 quarterback.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Titans aren't expected to pick up Jake Locker's $13 million club option in 2015.
Jake Locker (Lisfranc surgery) is expected to require 5-6 months to "completely heal."
Jake Locker will have foot surgery Wednesday.
The Nashville Tennessean confirms Jake Locker's Lisfranc injury requires surgery.