The game of backup quarterback musical chairs is happening fast, and chairs are going in a hurry.
According to Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com, the Titans have signed veteran Matt Cassel to a one-year deal.
Cassel was unable to save the Cowboys from themselves last year, going 1-6 in his starts in relief of Tony Romo (and Brandon Weeden). He was eventually benched so they could play Kellen Moore, which should have been all the sign you needed.
With Matt Moore heading to visit the Cowboys, they were clearly looking for an upgrade.
Cassel slots in behind Marcus Mariota, though Zach Mettenberger remains on the roster there, giving them some experience as Mike Mularkey tries to rebuild things there. The fact they’ve never won a game with Mettenberger on the field may have led them in this direction.