"Jake brings that dimension to the game, but you have to be smart about it. You want to take advantage of all the skills he does have, though it's hard to survive if you're running it all the time," Munchak told Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean. "So it has to be a happy medium, and that's what we'll try and find."
Munchak said this year's Titans offense will "have a lot more things for Jake ... and you want defenses to worry about those types of things."
Locker's second season was an injury-riddled disappointment. Tennessee didn't do a good job of getting Locker out of the pocket, where he's shown ability to hurt defenses. His 7.1 yards per carry ranked first among the NFL's rushing quarterbacks, but he ran the ball 41 times for only 291 yards. By comparison, Robert Griffin III took off 120 times for 815 yards.