Locker thanks Palmer for 'opportunities'

Titans QB looking forward to working with Loggains as offensive coordinator. Terry McCormick

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Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker will be going through the first transition of his young NFL career with Dowell Loggains replacing the fired Chris Palmer as offensive coordinator.

Locker expressed gratitude for Palmer's input in helping him develop, but it looking forward to working even more closely with Loggains, who has been his position coach since Locker joined the team last year.

I’m thankful for the work and effort that Coach Palmer put in our on our behalf and the opportunities he gave me in my first two years,” Locker told TitanInsider. “I wish him the best going forward.”

On the subject of Loggains, Locker said, "“Coach Loggains is a student of the game and brings a lot of energy, so I’m excited to work with him and continue to learn from him."

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