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According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Patriots LBs coach Brian Flores is the favorite to replace Matt Patricia as the team's defensive coordinator.

Flores is a finalist for the head coaching vacancy in Arizona, but if he doesn't get the job, he'll be the front-runner to replace Patricia, who will be announced as the Lions' head coach once the Patriots' season is over. The former Boston College linebacker has been with the Patriots since 2004, beginning as a scout before moving into the coaching ranks in 2008. Saints secondary coach Aaron Glenn, who played for Bill Belichick when he served as the Jets' DC in the late 90s, is also a candidate for New England's defensive coordinator opening.
Jan 21 - 12:07 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, there is a "possibility" the Vikings will use the franchise tag on Case Keenum.

Minnesota has not negotiated "at all" with Keenum, which has surprisingly worked to his benefit as the quarterback's stock continues to rise. The Vikings haven't assigned the franchise tag since 2011, but if they decide to break that trend by using it on Keenum, the 29-year-old would earn a salary in the range of $23.6 million for 2018. That would be an enormous raise from Keenum's current $2 million salary. Even if it's not via the franchise tag, Rapoport expects Keenum to be back with the Vikings next season.
Jan 21 - 11:45 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Adam Thielen (questionable, back) is dealing with a "couple of slight fractures" in his lower back.

Thielen suffered the injury on a hit from Marshon Lattimore late in last week's win over New Orleans. Per Rapoport, Thielen's injury is "extremely painful," though he plans to gut it out against the Eagles in Sunday's NFC title game. Stefon Diggs could be in for a bigger workload this week with Thielen operating at much less than 100 percent.
Jan 21 - 11:27 AM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Ohio State co-offensive coordinator Ryan Day is a candidate for the Titans' offensive coordinator position.

Day has worked with Chip Kelly on several occasions (he also played for him at the University of New Hampshire), most recently serving as his QBs coach when Kelly held the head job in San Francisco in 2016. Marcus Mariota thrived in Kelly's fast-paced scheme at the University of Oregon and could have similar success under Day. Tennessee featured one of the league's slowest offenses with Mike Mularkey calling the shots in 2017.
Jan 21 - 10:43 AM

Falcons hired Greg Knapp as QBs coach.

He's replacing Bush Hamdan, who is leaving to become the offensive coordinator at the University of Washington. Knapp is coming off a four-year stint as Denver's QBs coach and has coached in the league in some capacity since 1997. This will be his second go-round in Atlanta after serving as the team's offensive coordinator from 2004-06.
Jan 21 - 10:21 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Vikings will "consider" former Giants coach Ben McAdoo to replace Pat Shurmur at offensive coordinator.

Shurmur will be announced as the Giants' head coach after the Vikings conclude their season. He'll be replacing McAdoo, who was fired after Week 13. McAdoo was obviously out of his depth as a head coach, but he still has something to offer as a coordinator. Ex-Broncos OC Mike McCoy is also on the Vikings' radar, according to Rapoport.
Jan 21 - 10:14 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport confirms Vikings S Andrew Sendejo (questionable, concussion) is expected to play in Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles.

It would appear Sendejo has cleared the concussion protocol after going down last week against the Saints. Sendejo earned PFF's No. 17 grade out of 89 qualifiers at safety during the regular season. His presence is a big boost to Minnesota's secondary.
Jan 21 - 9:38 AM

Adam Thielen (questionable, back) will play in Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Eagles.

He missed some practice time with a lower back injury this week, though his status for Sunday was never in question. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport said Thielen will be playing through "plenty of pain," so it's fair to question how effective he'll be or if the Vikings would even consider using him as a decoy. If Thielen is limited or suffers an in-game setback, it would open up targets for Stefon Diggs and Kyle Rudolph
Jan 21 - 9:10 AM
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