There’s little-to-no doubt about whether Locker will retain his spot on the 53-man roster. The big question is whether he’ll start the season as the starting quarterback or the No. 2 quarterback. Is Whisenhunt willing to take a chance on a quarterback who has had reoccurring injury issues that date back to his freshman season at the University of Washington (2007)? Does Whisenhunt prefer his own man? Does Ryan Fitzpatrick provide a serviceable backup option in an offense that relies on strong-armed quarterbacks?
Check out this article from Titan Sized contributor Kevin Roberts. He gives a more in-depth analysis as he asks the question “Should Tennessee Titans Stick with Jake Locker?”