Titans QB Mariota says he’s ‘fighting’ to play finale

Tennessee Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota is day-to-day ahead of a crucial Sunday night finale against the Indianapolis Colts, but vowed on Wednesday he is doing “everything in my power” to be on the field.Making his weekly radio appearance on 104.5 FM’s Wake-Up Zone, Mariota gave an update.”I am doing my best, (trying) to get back,” Mariota said. “That’s all I can do. I’ll do everything in my power to see if I can go. Again, it is just taking it one day at a time.””But again, I am fighting and I am going to do my best to be out there.”Coach Mike Vrabel announced Monday that Mariota is dealing with a stinger and will be monitored throughout the week as the Titans prepare for the must-win game vs. the Colts.Mariota left Saturday’s 25-16 victory against the Washington Redskins late in the first half, and backup Blaine Gabbert finished the game.

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