Mallett will get work during practice this week leading up to Sunday's game against Tennessee, but head coach Bill O'Brien is still behind Ryan Fitzpatrick as the team's starting quarterback, the Houston Chronicle reports. "We're going to continue to work with both of these guys in practice, and we'll see how it improves," O'Brien said.
Posey has been inactive for all seven games this season because head coach Bill O'Brien hasn't needed him in the game plan, the Houston Chronicle reports. "When we look at our 46 (man) gameday roster, we're looking at special teams, we're looking at our offensive game plan," O'Brien said.
Salmons appears to be the frontrunner for the backup three spot after coach Monty Williams said, "in a perfect world, I want to have Tyreke handling the ball more and Austin or Jimmer in a scoring role, along with John (Salmons) are whoever else playing that backup three spot," the Times-Picayune reports.
Rivers, who has played alongside Jimmer Fredette this preseason, now appears to be competing with him after coach Monty Williams said, "I want to have Tyreke handling the ball more and Austin or Jimmer in a scoring role," the Times-Picayune reports.