Titans go get another QB, add Brandon Weeden with Mariota ailing

Houston Texans' Brandon Weeden (5) throws during the second half of an NFL football game against the Indianapolis Colts in Indianapolis. Weeden became the fourth quarterback to lead Houston to a win this season when he helped the Texans to their first-ever victory in Indianapolis this weekend after T.J. Yates was injured. (AJ Mast/AP)

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Titans are adding Brandon Weeden to the roster as a third quarterback with Marcus Mariota recovering from a strained hamstring.

The Titans announced the move Tuesday. Coach Mike Mularkey says Mariota is day to day after hurting his hamstring in a 57-14 loss to the Texans.

Matt Cassel is Mariota’s backup, and now the Titans (2-2) have someone in Weeden who has started 25 of his 34 NFL games. The 22nd pick overall in 2012, Weeden has started for Cleveland, Dallas and Houston; the Texans released him Sept. 2 in their final cuts. The 6-foot-3 Weeden has thrown for 6,452 yards with 31 touchdowns and 30 interceptions.

The Titans, who visit Miami (1-2) on Sunday, also waived linebacker Josh Carraway and swapped wide receiver C.J. Board onto the practice squad with cornerback Kenneth Durden released.