Brian Hoyer (concussion) hasn't been cleared to play against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday, a source informed of his status told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport on Saturday. Hoyer, who will travel with the team to Tennessee, hasn't been officially ruled out, though, and was listed as questionable by the team Friday.
While Weeden has been solid in relief situations, the 32-year-old quarterback hasn't won a start since 2012. He went 0-3 in starts with the Dallas Cowboys this season.
Hoyer suffered the concussion during the Dec. 13 loss to the Patriots. Backup quarterback T.J. Yates took over in that one but was lost to a season-ending torn ACL early in the game against the Colts. Outside of Hoyer and Weeden, the only active player on the roster with quarterback experience is B.J. Daniels, who was recently signed for depth.
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