Marucs Mariota has been limited this offseason as he continues to rehab his leg, but the Titans quarterback vowed to be ready for the start of the season. Mariota said Tuesday his lighter workload this summer won't affect him when the Titans host the Raiders in their season opener. “I will be ready to go with everything,” Mariota said, via the team website, of training camp starting Friday. “I will be full-go, and I will be able to do everything with the guys. And I am excited about that because I wasn’t able to do it in OTAs. It should be a lot of fun.” Mariota fractured his fibula during the Titans' loss to the Jaguars in Week 16. Throughout the offseason, Mariota rehabbed his leg and said he practiced lightly with the team's new receivers this month.
Titans QB Marcus Mariota promises to be ready for start of season
Sporting News | Jul 26