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Tagged: Marcus Mariota (66 Results)


Tennessee coach confident in Mariota

Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel expressed complete confidence in starting quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA this week. Mariota heads into the final year of his contract, but Vrabel insists that his starting quarterback won’t approach the season any different. 2019 is expected to be a pivotal season for the 25-year-old signal-caller.


Around the NFL: Delanie Walker

There’s a blurb on suggesting Delanie Walker might begin training camp on the PUP list. He’s going to be 35 next month, so that’s one to keep an eye on.   more »


Around the NFL: Titans quarterbacks

The Titans acquired Ryan Tannehill in the offseason, and with Marcus Mariota generally being a disappointment, some wonder if the former Dolphin can push the incumbent for the starting job. Mike Vrabel shot that idea down yesterday, not that it matters much.   more »



Coach reiterates Tannehill status as backup QB

Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel addressed the quarterback situation again last week, confirming his stance that MARCUS MARIOTA is the starter and RYAN TANNEHILL the backup. Vrabel has reportedly been asked about his quarterback situation repeatedly since the team added Tannehill.

Source: NBC Sports

Mailbag: June 28, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special summer kickoff version. Will Jameis Winston lead the league in passing yards? Is Arizona's passing offense for real? Starting two quarterbacks. And how long until Ryan Tannehill moves past Marcus Mariota? more »



Mariota to avoid big hits in 2019

At least that’s the plan. Tennessee GM Jon Robinson said that he has stressed to starting quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA the importance of living “to play another play” while avoiding the bigMore hit. Mariota’s injury history is well known, but the Titans hope that his recently added bulk and an upgraded offensive line (along with Robinson's advice) will keep him healthy this season. Less

Source: Team Blog


Make-or-break season ahead for Mariota?

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA is not under contract with the Titans beyond 2019, making the upcoming season a make-or-break year in the eyes of many. After being drafted with the secondMore overall pick in 2015, Mariota has never finished higher than 13th in Total QBR during his four seasons in the league. Time will tell if that changes heading into the 2019 season. Less



Mariota adding weight heading into 2019

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA is recovering from an injury plagued 2018 season but said that he won’t have any limitations during the team’s offseason program. Teammates and fantasy owners should expectMore to see a slightly heavier version of Mariota in 2019, as the quarterback hopes to become more durable by adding 5 to 10 pounds of “good weight” heading into the season. Less

Source: Tennessean

Around the NFL: Mariota adds weight

I see that Marcus Mariota is going the bigger is better route. The Titans are working out, and Mariota says he’s 5-10 pounds heavier.   more »



Titans add Tannehill, release Gabbert

The Tennessee Titans traded for former Miami Dolphins quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL late last week. Tannehill will provide the Titans with an experienced backup quarterback behind starter MARCUS MARIOTA. Mariota, entering hisMore fifth NFL season, has yet to play a full 16-game season. With Tannehill on board, the Titans released 2018 backup BLAINE GABBERT. Less

Source: Tennessean

Around the NFL: Tenny adds Tanny

Tennessee trades for Ryan Tannehill, and it’s an understandable move. Marcus Mariota hasn’t progressed enough, so they might need another quarterback at some point.  more »



Titans have new offensive coordinator

The Tennessee Titans promoted tight ends coach Arthur Smith to the offensive coordinator position, where he will replace Matt LaFleur. LaFleur is now the head coach in Green Bay. The hireMore gives quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA his fourth offensive coordinator in five seasons. Fortunately for Mariota and his fantasy owners, the in-house hire will at least ensure that the same system is in place. Less

Source: Tennessean


Mariota won’t need surgery

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA will not need surgery to address the nerve injury that kept him out of the Titans regular-season finale on Sunday. Instead of surgery, Mariota will need rest. He said that his prognosis is for a 100 percent recovery.

Source: Tennessean


Mariota practices, questionable vs. Colts

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA practiced for the second straight day on Friday, but in a limited capacity. The Titans have officially listed Mariota as questionable for Sunday’s must-win game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Source: Team Website


Mariota returns to limited practice

Tennessee quarterback MARCUS MARIOTA returned to a limited practice with the Titans on Thursday as he works his way back from a stinger suffered last weekend. Fantasy owners will want to continue to monitor his progress leading up to Sunday’s must-win game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Source: Tennessean

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