Marcus Mariota has minor hamstring strain, is day-to-day

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He is 6-19 as a starter in the NFL.

Marcus Mariota suffered a hamstring injury that has him reportedly "day-to-day" heading into NFL Week 5.

National Football League insider Field Yates reported on Tuesday that the Tennessee Titans are signing Weeden. Per's Cameron Wolfe, Mularkey said Mariota doesn't necessarily need to practice during the week in order to play in Sunday's game. The 22nd pick overall in 2012, Weeden has started for Cleveland, Dallas and Houston; the Texans released him September 2 in their final cuts.

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Cassel stepped into the picture after Mariota's exit in the Houston game and proceeded to throw two interceptions, finishing with just 21 passing yards on 4-of-10 attempts. In 2015 Cassel started in eight of the 10 games he appeared in. Because of his experience in Dallas, which uses an offensive system similar to the one in Tennessee, Weeden's transition should be smoother at the start.

In order to make room for Weeden to be signed, the Titans released Josh Carraway, a promising young rookie pass rusher who possesses what looks like a bright future.

In all honesty, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick would have made a lot more sense for the Titans given the fact that he's a similar kind of quarterback to Mariota. He also returned punts and kicks at the school.