Published: Mon, October 09, 2017
Sports | By Spencer Underwood

Mike Mularkey Comments on Colin Kaepernick After Signing Brandon Weeden

Mike Mularkey Comments on Colin Kaepernick After Signing Brandon Weeden

His lone start in two-tone blue came in Week 17 of last season against a Houston Texans team that had already claimed the title of AFC South Champions. Mariota wanted to play this week, but was limited to stationary throwing in practice, so he isn't ready to take the field.

"We're not putting him to a point where he could make it any worse, so he actually feels pretty good right now", Mularkey said.

Reese's final reason for teams not hiring Kaepernick is the politics he will drag with him everywhere he goes.

Even though it was serving as the home team in London, this will be Miami's first actual home game of the season.

Matt Cassel will start under center for Tennessee if Mariota can't play. Weeden also knows Titans backup quarterback Matt Cassel from Dallas.

"As quickly as we could get somebody up to speed in a short amount of time, he had the advantage over everybody", Mularkey said about Weeden, a statement that Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews shot down.

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"I'll say this about all these guys with a variety of injuries, but the hamstring, each guy is different", Mularkey says. "That was about it".

Kaepernick threw for 12,271 yards and 72 touchdowns against 30 interceptions in five seasons as the starter in San Francisco. Hall of Fame quarterback Bob Griese had a career-high 349 passing yards and two touchdowns against the Oilers, but it wasn't enough to overcome the running of Hall of Famer Earl Campbell, who finished with 199 yards and four touchdowns.

Cassel took all the reps Wednesday, and the veteran said that helps mentally anytime for a backup with the possibility of playing. Weeden said Wednesday. "From the minute I got in the building I didn't really know what was next". "It's always a surprise when it does".

If Rapoport's timeline is accurate, it looks like Mariota will sit out Week 5 and beyond. Marcus causes a lot of problems.

After amassing a 10-6 record past year, the Dolphins (1-2) found themselves lagging behind the New England Patriots (3-2) and the surprising leader Buffalo Bills (3-1) in the AFC East standings.

Name SearchWatch Service' Corey Davis and safety Johnathan Cyprien, who are both still out of the lineup.

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