NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee quarterback Marcus Mariota has had surgery for his broken right leg, and Titans officials say the procedure is ''considered a success.''
Mariota had surgery late Wednesday afternoon in Charlotte, North Carolina, to place a plate over his broken right fibula.
The Titans confirmed Wednesday night that Mariota was out of surgery.
The second-year quarterback broke his leg Dec. 24 in a 38-17 loss to Jacksonville and was carted off. The Titans placed him on injured reserve Tuesday, and Mariota will need four to five months of rehabilitation.
Mariota finished with a 95.6 passer rating that ranks third in franchise history and he is the first quarterback in team history to post back-to-back seasons with a passer rating of 90 or better.
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