It's possible but would require one of the parties to remove interest by executing a quit claim deed. However, if the party who deeds off the title is listed as a borrower or co-borrower on the mortgage, they are still obligated to the mortgage securing the property.
Sorry, not enough information to properly answer this question. I would advise you to contact a title insurance company. The title/escrow companies insure and take responsibility that assures the new buyer "a clear title to the property". Most of the time the title company is going to require all named parties on a deed to sign off on the sale before Title Insurance is issued.
Both parties (Morrison and Whitley) must mutually execute in order to provide a clean reconveyance. Both parties can always execute a quick claim deed in order to remove one from title allowing the one party to be removed from title and the other to sell if desired though this will not release them from any mortgage obligation if both are on the mortgage.