Every fan who is down on Jake Locker wants the Titans to draft a quarterback, but what if the Titans decided to trade draft picks for a quarterback who is already groomed for the NFL?
The Titans could easily decide to yank the chord on Locker before he ever gets a chance to redeem himself in 2014. Remember that this team is under completely new leadership with Ken Whisenhunt in charge, and Whisenhunt obviously had no part in drafting Locker originally. Even if Whisenhunt publicly supports Locker, it doesn't mean he's sold on him as the future of the Titans.
If the opportunity presents itself for the Titans to trade for a quarterback who fits Whisenhunt's offensive system better than Locker does, then he could very well end up making that draft-day trade.
One guy that comes to mind is Mike Glennon of the Buccaneers, who could become available for a trade (according to Chris Wesseling of NFL.com).
This scenario may be coming out of left field, but Glennon fits the mold of being a prototypical pocket passer who already has experience. He could possibly be a much better fit in an offense that will be very different from what we saw over the last few seasons under Mike Munchak.
Since we have no real idea how much faith there is in Locker under the new coaching staff, this type of scenario can't be easily dismissed.