SUMMARY: After six NFL seasons, Titans backup QB Billy Volek know his career path may soon change. "The Titans have a big decision in March, what to do with the quarterback position," said Volek. "They know what I can do. I know I can be a starter. ... If they decide to keep me, one way or the other I have to be OK with that because I am under contract with them. But if they don't I have to go out there and have a fun time with a quarterback-needed market." Volek knows his future will be decided based on what the Titans work out with Steve McNair in upcoming weeks. It is also impacted with who the Titans take in the upcoming NFL Draft. Volek has an option in his contract which pays him $4 million and adds the 2008 season to the end of his current contract. If the Titans don't pay the option, they could still keep Volek under contract by paying him a $500,000 roster bonus in March. They'd have to pay him another $500,000 roster bonus in March 2007 to keep him around for the '07 season. Volek is scheduled to make base salaries of $1 million in 2006 and $1.25 million in 2007. What do you think about this article? Post your comments below.