Mariota, who is officially listed as probable, has missed the Titans' last two games with a sprained medial collateral ligament in his left knee. Mariota's injury occurred on a hit from Miami's
"He's going to play," Titans interim Coach
Mariota will wear a brace to protect the knee, but Mularkey said he isn't concerned about any issues with his quarterback's mobility.
Heath won't be fined for Lockette hit
Lockette was injured last Sunday in Seattle's 13-12 win over Dallas during a punt return when he was hit by Heath and knocked out. He lay motionless for several minutes and was eventually strapped to a backboard and taken off the field.
Heath was penalized for an illegal blindside block on the play, but the league ruled it didn't warrant an additional fine.
Seattle defensive end Michael Bennett was fined $20,000 for his late hit on Dallas quarterback
Oakland linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong was fined $17,363 for his hit to the midsection of
New Orleans cornerback
Manziel's starting status undecided
Johnny Manziel's prime-time TV performance didn't earn him a full-time gig. At least not yet.
Browns Coach Mike Pettine said he'll wait until next week before deciding on whether to stick with Manziel as his starting quarterback. Manziel filled in for injured starter Josh McCown on Thursday night against Cincinnati and delivered some Johnny Football moments as well as a few he'd like to have back during a 31-10 loss to the unbeaten Bengals.
Pierre-Paul may be activated
The New York Giants will decide whether to activate
Pierre-Paul has not played since losing his right index finger and injuring a couple of other fingers on the hand in a fireworks accident on July 4. The two-time Pro Bowler led the Giants with 12 1/2sacks last season. The 26-year-old was expected to be the force on coordinator