NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with Jake Locker, the eighth overall pick in this year’s draft, along with the rest of their draft class.
Locker was the first player to report Tuesday when the NFL lockout ended, and the Washington quarterback will be learning behind veteran Matt Hasselbeck. The Tennessean reports Locker’s deal is worth more than $12 million over four years with the option of a fifth season.
The Titans also agreed to terms with UCLA linebacker Akeem Ayers, their second-round draft pick. They reached deals with defensive tackle Jurrell Casey, defensive lineman Karl Klug and defensive back Tommie Campbell. The Titans reached agreements with their four other draft picks Thursday.
The Titans report for training camp Friday with the first practice scheduled for Saturday.
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