The Titans drafted Jake Locker in 2011 to be their franchise quarterback.

Three seasons later, question marks surround him like paparazzi surround Justin Bieber.

Is he capable? How’s his injured foot? Can he stay healthy for a full season? Does new coach Ken Whisenhunt want somebody else?

And this one: Is it time for the Titans to hit the reset button?

All indications are they plan to give Locker one more chance, but he can expect to have some competition. The 2014 draft class features some intriguing possibilities.

“I don’t fault Jake, but he’s had some buzzard’s luck with his injury history,” said former NFL quarterback Jim Miller, an analyst for SiriusXM NFL Radio. “So are the Titans in a position where they need to protect themselves moving forward? I’d have to think so.”

Locker has missed 14 of his potential 32 starts because of injuries. He’s essentially heading into the final year of his contract.

Titans president and CEO Tommy Smith publicly endorsed Locker this week, calling him “the quarterback.” General manager Ruston Webster and Whisenhunt continue to praise Locker as well.

While there are no indications the Titans will use their first-round pick (11th overall) on a quarterback, Whisenhunt said he’s not ruling anything out. But the top three quarterbacks — Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater, Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel and Central Florida’s Blake Bortles — are expected to be off the board before the Titans pick.

“It looks like it is a good draft for quarterbacks,” he said. “I’d like to have five or six of them. … That’s the nature of this league; you want to have a good one, so you try and get as many as you can.”

Said Webster, who’s leading his third draft as GM: “I really think you probably should look at the quarterback position every year. I’d like to take that philosophy moving forward.”