Matt LaFleur doesn't want Marcus Mariota to hold back; QB must become a stakeholder in the offense

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Marcus Mariota is at a career crossroads as he heads into his fourth year.

He’s got new, better coaching resources who are going to rebuild his mechanics and build an offense around him.

Offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur said he doesn’t want Mariota to hold back in speaking up about what works for him and what doesn’t.MariotaThrowKC

That is something all the top quarterbacks do, as they graduate to being a stakeholder in their offense.

The mild-mannered quarterback has to accept that invitation.

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