The Tennessee Titans open training camp on Friday, July 27 with a giant question mark under center.
Locker was billed as a project when he came into the NFL, but he'll be expected to make a big step forward in his second year, especially considering what other high first-round picks at the position have given their teams in recent years.
Whoever wins the job will be counting on a rebound year from Chris Johnson, who had the worst year of his NFL career (1,047 yards and 4 TD's) after missing all of training camp in a contract dispute and eventually receiving a $53 million extension.
On the other side of the ball, the Titans will be counting on the addition of DE Kamerion Wimbley to improve their pass rush.
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