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Yes, a little experience with such changes can help make transitions a bit easier.
It's not something Mariota wants to become a way of life in the NFL.
"But I think being able to have gone through that situation before, it's helped all of us to be ready and prepared for this new stuff," Mariota said Wednesday.
Mariota, the No. 2 pick overall in the 2015 draft, is heading into his fourth season with the Tennessee Titans with his third different head coach. He started with Ken Whisenhunt, who lasted only seven games into Mariota's rookie season. The Titans fired his replacement, Mike Mularkey, in January despite back-to-back 9-7 seasons and their first playoff win in 14 years.
Now first-time head coach Mike Vrabel is in charge with Matt LaFleur as his offensive coordinator and Pat O'Hara as quarterbacks coach. The Titans hired Vrabel wanting more out of both their offense and Mariota [url=http://www.billscheapstore.com/thurman-thomas-jersey-cheap]Thurman Thomas Jersey[/url] , whose fifth-year option was just picked up.
"It's a process. It takes some time," Mariota said. "Everybody is doing their best to learn the playbook, learn about each other. It takes time and I think a lot of the guys would probably say the same thing. As we go through this process, if we continue to learn more about each other, we continue to communicate, all the stuff on the field will take care of itself."
Mariota is the youngest quarterback in franchise history to lead the team to a playoff victory with an amazing 18-point comeback in a wild-card win at Kansas City . He also became the fifth quarterback in NFL history with at least 9,000 yards passing (9,476) and at least 900 yards rushing (913) in his first three seasons.
But Mariota also had more interceptions (15) than touchdown passes (13) last season, though he had four TDs and only one interception in two playoff games.
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"It's kind of crazy to think about where I was last season at this time, and now here I am today," Mariota said. "Being able to run out there and compete, and practice with these guys, it's night and day and I'm just excited to be out there with the guys."
Mariota got to work on chemistry with some of his wide receivers in March in California.
The process of learning the new playbook started April 9 with the start of the Titans' offseason program, and Wednesday was the second of a three-day voluntary minicamp the Titans were allowed with Vrabel being a new coach. This is all new for Mariota along with Blaine Gabbert, signed in March as Mariota's new backup.
Learning the new names for the plays is the first hurtle. Vrabel said he knows players tend to look at a play call and translate to what they used to call it.
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Mariota isn't tipping how different this offense might look just yet either. He's focused on learning and making sure the offense is on the same page.
"It's an ongoing thing," Mariota said. "But, I love learning and doing my best to put everything that we learn out on the field."
Wide receiver Breshad Perriman has underwhelmed since being selected in the first round of the 2015 draft, but the Ravens are reportedly set to pick up his roster bonus this weekend.
Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports that the team will pay Perriman $649,485 on Saturday. The team opted not to exercise their option on his contract for the 2019 season earlier this offseason.
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Perriman has missed 21-of-48 games due to injuries since being drafted and has 43 catches for 576 yards and three touchdowns in the 27 games he has played. General Manager Ozzie Newsome called this a make or break year for the wideout in March.
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