http://www.rantsports.com/videos/20...r-jake-lockers-replacement-in-2014-nfl-draft/ Jake Locker was a big surprise as the No. 8 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. It’s funny to think this is only his third year in the league — he’s missed so much time with injury it seems like he’s been around at least half a dozen years. So it’s only natural that the Tennessee Titans are reportedly going to look for a replacement in the 2014 NFL Draft. And when you think about it, that’s actually a smart move.The 2014 NFL Draft class is rich with quarterbacks — almost to the extent of the 2012 NFL Draft although without a surefire day one starter like Andrew Luck. Still, the Titans have a decision to make because next year is Locker’s last of his rookie contract and if they pick up his team option in 2015, they’ll owe him roughly $15 million to sit on the bench with casts all over his body.