"We did that (played the starters longer) two years ago and the guys wore out," Arians said. "It's a fine line. And I like our backup line. That whole second group, I don't mind putting anybody out with them. ... We're not afraid to throw the football because somebody might get hurt. We'll wait and see, but I would not see us giving our first team offensive line extra snaps."
"He's in the best shape I've ever seen him," Arians said Tuesday. "His arm is live and he has no interceptions and very few incompletions unless they were dropped. This may be the best I've ever seen him right now."