But in the coming months, they’re going to have to face another economic reality — that they have an expensive decision to make based on scant evidence.
“It’s very disappointing. It’s hard on the team,” Munchak said of Locker’s Lisfranc injury, via Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean. “To lose him now, it is a huge blow. . . .
“He’s the guy we thought would be here for a long time, and that still may work out. It’s just that right now, it’s disappointing, last year and this year, that he wasn’t able to finish this season and really find out what team we have and what kind of team we could become on offense.”