Jake Locker once again brushed off concerns about his questionable accuracy.
The Titans certainly didn't help Locker out with questionable scheming, poor pass protection and dropped passes. But he completed just 56.4 percent of his throws last year, compared to 62.4 for Matt Hasselbeck. Accuracy questions have plagued him since college. "It is terrible and doesn't seem to be improving," Bill Williamson of Scouts Inc. said. "All the ability in the world, but it is seldom that QBs become more accurate at the NFL level." It's new OC Dowell Loggains chief priority this offseason to get Locker settled down in the playbook.