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Quarterback Marcus Mariota is officially inactive for the Tennessee Titans tonight against the Indianapolis Colts. Mariota, who sustained a neck stinger injury last week against the Washington Redskins, will miss tonight’s win-and-in game that could send the Titans to the playoffs for the second straight season. A report by ESPN’s Chris Mortensen indicated that Mariota …

Multiple reports indicate that Marcus Mariota will not start for the Tennessee Titans in tonight’s win-and-in game to reach the playoffs against the Indianapolis Colts. If those reports are accurate, it means that journeyman Blaine Gabbert will get the start for the Titans on Sunday Night Football. Titans officials and sources did not immediately respond …

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota was limited for the second straight day in Friday’s practice and was officially listed as questionable for Sunday night’s game against the Indianapolis Colts. The Titans and Colts are both 9-6 and the winner of the game will reach the AFC playoffs, while the loser is eliminated. Mariota exited last …

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Houston Texans @ Tennessee Titans on September 16, 2018 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN. Photos taken by Russell Roberts

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota made a limited return to practice on Thursday with the stinger that has caused problems in his throwing arm. The Titans remain hopeful that Mariota can play in Sunday night’s win-and-in regular-season finale against the Indianapolis Colts. Mariota suffered the injury in the second quarter of last Saturday’s win over …

Tennessee Titans starting quarterback Marcus Mariota was held out of Wednesday’s practice, but still hopes to make his start in Sunday’s win-and-in game against the Indianapolis Colts. Mariota exited last Saturday’s pivotal win over the Washington Redskins with a neck stinger and did not return. Backup Blaine Gabbert rallied the Titans to a second-half win …

The Tennessee Titans could potentially be thin at outside linebacker on Saturday when they host the Washington Redskins. Veteran Brian Orakpo, a former Redskins player, will miss his second straight game after not practicing all week due to an elbow injury suffered against Jacksonville. Rookie Sharif Finch is out with a shoulder injury sustained on …

New York Jets at the Tennessee Titans on December 2, 2018 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN. Tennessee Titans win 22-26. (Photo by Russell Roberts)

Tennessee Titans safety Kenny Vaccaro, who is in the concussion protocol, practiced fully on Wednesday, which is a good sign that he could play Saturday against the Washington Redskins. Vaccaro suffered the concussion in the first half of Sunday’s 17-0 win over the New York Giants and did not return to the game. Meanwhile, defensive …