The Tennessee Titans will go with Jake Locker as their starting quarterback in 2012, our Michael Lombardi reports. But let’s cut to the chase; what does this mean for his fantasy value.
Washington’s Jake Locker is going to be the third quarterback off the board, according to our draft expert Mike Mayock.
Is Jake Locker the next John Elway? Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi didn’t change his opinion after watching Jake Locker’s workout at Washington’s pro day.
Quarterback Jake Locker showed good velocity on his passes for the representatives of 20 NFL teams who traveled to the University of Washington’s pro day Wednesday.
The story surrounding Jake Locker hasn’t really changed much. After defying what was seen as conventional wisdom last year to forgo the NFL Draft and return to the University of Washington for his senior season — at a time when his draft stock was high enough that he was in the conversations as a potential top overall pick — many argued that decision was a mistake.
Washington Huskies quarterback Jake Locker poses for a portrait in the NFL Network Studio on Wednesday, March 9.
Washington QB Jake Locker took a seat on the “Path to the Draft” set with Paul Burmeister, Charles Davis and Michael Lombardi to discuss his workouts with former NFL QB Ken O’Brien, the game that most defined him as a college player and why he thinks the criticism of his passing accuracy isn’t accurate.
Posted: Wednesday, March 9th, 2011 | Adam Rank Tags: Jake Locker, Bo Jackson, Brian Bosworth, Deion Sanders, Drew Brees, Edgerrin James, Getting to know, Ken Griffey Jr., Mike Trout, Peyton Manning, Terrell Davis, Tom Brady
Washington QB Jake Locker stopped by the NFL Network studios on Wednesday to chat about Bo Jackson, Ken Griffey, Jr. and the Kennedy assassination.
Former Washington QB Jake Locker made good with analysts Trent Green and Jamie Dukes during his visit to the NFL Network studios on Wednesday, March 9.
NFL Network analyst Jim Mora was the latest to unleash his mock draft Monday.
INDIANAPOLIS — The favorable impressions of Jake Locker‘s NFL Scouting Combine workout continue to roll in Sunday.
This really is the day everyone at the NFL Scouting Combine has anticipated. We’ve reached Day 4, when quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers take the field at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Instead of applying for the 2010 NFL Draft, Washington QB Jake Locker decided to stay in school for his senior year. One year later, his draft stock has fallen following a less-than-stellar season and a poor performance at the Senior Bowl.