Yesterday the Chicago Bears finally decided to make a change at quarterback as a quarter of the NFL season has gone by. Meanwhile, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a boost to their running game and the Tennessee Titans added a quarterback.

Bears going with rookie Trubisky

Head coach John Fox announced yesterday that first-round pick Mitch Trubisky would be the team's starter this week. The rookie will face a difficult test in his first start as the Chicago Bears (1-3) go on the road to face the rival Minnesota Vikings (2-2) on Monday night. Chicago traded up in the draft to select the North Carolina product number two overall.

Fox said of the change, “Disappointment for Mike, but I think there is some excitement for Mitchell,” Fox told ESPN. This obviously means that Mike Glennon, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneer who the team signed in free agency, will be on the bench. They gave him a three-year, $45 million contract this offseason, with $16 million in guaranteed money this year.

The major reason Glennon got benched is because he accounted for 6 of the team's 10 turnovers through the first four games of the season. Glennon turned it over three times in the first half of the team's 29-7 loss to his old team in week two. He did the same in week four's 35-14 loss to the Green Bay Packers, while also adding a turnover in the second half.

Bucs get Doug Martin back

Last December Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Doug Martin was suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy after testing positive for Adderall.

Now, he is back this week and will have some kind of role in week five's Thursday night matchup against the New England Patriots.

Martin has a lot to prove following the suspension and a disappointing 2016 season after he signed a five-year, $37.75 million contract last March. However, Jacquizz Rodgers should likely still see plenty of action as Martin works his way back into the offense.

Titans sign Brandon Weeden

With the status of starting quarterback Marcus Mariota up in the air for Sunday's game due to a hamstring injury, the Tennessee Titans signed veteran Brandon Weeden. He will serve as the possible backup to Matt Cassell in the event that Mariota can't play this week against the Miami Dolphins.

The 33-year-old Weeden, who was the Browns' first-round pick in 2012, spent last season with the Houston Texans as the third-string quarterback. He was cut this August by the Texans prior to the start of the season.