He’s had his shares of ups and downs through the first few days of training camp, but Titans quarterback Jake Locker probably had his best overall session on Sunday.
Locker had a bit of a rough start in the practice, completing only three of his first seven pass attempts in 11-on-11 drills. But by the end of the night, he was an unofficial 10-for-17 in the 11-on-11.
Overall he looked better than he had in previous sessions.
Locker's play is what is keeping down the value of WRs like Kendall Wright, Nate Washington and Kenny Britt. It's a pretty good core of WRs that have fantasy roster potential, but until we see more consistent play from Locker, starting any of these guys can be a bit of a risk.