The Big Question: Did Titans solve their problems on offensive line?
If the line performs up to expectations, it will help the Titans make a confident judgment call on long-term plans for both Johnson and Locker.
1) Kenny Britt officially is on notice. Last year, the Titans took Kendall Wright with the 20th overall pick. This year, they used a second-round pick to add Tennessee wide receiver Justin Hunter. If Britt can't return to pre-injury form -- or if he fails to shake the off-the-field drama that has plagued him -- the Titans now are in position to move on without him.
2) The Titans added some speed and athleticism at cornerback with third-round pick Blidi Wreh-Wilson, but did they do enough to fix their ailing secondary? The defense surrendered a league-worst 29.4 points per game last season while the secondary surrendered 55 passes of 20 yards or more, according to SI.com. The signings of strong safeties Bernard Pollard and George Wilson improve the unit, but this still might be an area of weakness.
3) Locker started just 11 games last season, but he still rushed for 291 yards. That was sixth in the league among quarterbacks. Playing with an improved offensive line, will the Titans give Locker more opportunities to make plays with his feet? It would make sense to take advantage of this skill set.