2018 Senior Bowl Week

2018 Senior Bowl Week
Josh Norris surveys the Senior Bowl roster for the top 25 names he is most excited to watch this week and details what each needs to show.
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Titans fired OC Terry Robiskie.

This is probably one of the biggest wins for the Titans in their move to replace Mike Mularkey with new coach Mike Vrabel. Robiskie's fate was sealed when Mularkey was canned, and it's now set in stone. Robiskie and Mularkey co-led the Titans' ancient offense that didn't work well with Marcus Mariota's skill set. 63-year-old Robiskie was a longtime WRs coach before Tennessee.
Jan 22 - 6:22 PM

Giants hired Vikings OC Pat Shurmur as head coach.

It's a five-year deal, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Shurmur's hiring became a foregone conclusion once the Lions and Colts snagged Patriots coordinators Matt Patricia and Josh McDaniels respectively. Shurmur did a lousy job during his previous head-coaching stint in Cleveland but rebuilt his reputation with a strong showing in Minnesota. He'll be replacing Ben McAdoo, who was fired midseason after inexplicably benching Eli Manning for Geno Smith. Shurmur is reportedly in favor of keeping Manning, though the Giants are fully expected to select a quarterback in the upcoming draft, perhaps as early as second overall. Former Raiders coach Jack Del Rio should follow Shurmur to New York as the team's defensive coordinator.
Jan 22 - 5:54 PM

Browns hired ex-Steelers OC Todd Haley as offensive coordinator.

It took Haley less than a week to resurface after the Steelers decided to let his contract run out. Haley comes with plenty of NFL experience, but he should have done more with the talent he had in Pittsburgh and the same could probably be said of his previous stint as the offensive coordinator in Arizona. Haley's play-calling was extremely suspect in Pittsburgh's Divisional Round loss to Jacksonville and his messy relationship with Ben Roethlisberger, which eventually led to his ouster, should be taken as a red flag. In Cleveland, Haley will be tasked with getting the most out of whatever quarterback the Browns end up drafting in April.
Jan 22 - 5:43 PM

Blake Bortles said he'd be "thrilled" to return to the Jaguars next season.

"I would be thrilled to be able to stay here and play here," said Bortles following Sunday's loss to New England in the AFC Championship Game. "Hopefully that can happen." Bortles was a serviceable game manager for Jacksonville this season but remains the weak link on a team with legitimate championship aspirations. Bortles' fifth-year option is only guaranteed for injury, so Jacksonville could conceivably move on from him without any cap consequences. Kirk Cousins and Alex Smith would be obvious replacements if the Jags decide to throw in the towel on Bortles this offseason.
Jan 22 - 5:25 PM

Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports the Browns are "on the verge" of hiring former Steelers OC Todd Haley as their offensive coordinator.

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported Sunday that Haley was in "serious talks" with Cleveland and now it's only a matter of time until the two sides reach an agreement. Haley is slated to become the Browns' first offensive coordinator under coach Hue Jackson. The 50-year-old is coming off a successful six-year stint with Pittsburgh, though the Steelers passed on re-signing him due to his rocky relationship with Ben Roethlisberger.
Jan 22 - 4:27 PM

The Cardinals will interview ex-Seahawks OC Darrell Bevell for their offensive coordinator vacancy on Monday night.

Former Panthers DC Steve Wilks was announced as Arizona's head coach earlier today and is moving quickly to assemble his staff. Wilks is reportedly eyeing Panthers LBs coach Al Holcomb as his defensive coordinator and now it appears Bevell is on the short list of candidates to replace OC Harold Goodwin. Bevell interviewed for a position as Atlanta's QBs coach last week but was passed over in favor of Greg Knapp. He was one of several Seahawks assistants let go at the conclusion of the 2017 campaign.
Jan 22 - 4:16 PM

Jaguars signed RB Brandon Wilds, WR Lamar Atkins, FB/DE Hunter Dimick, LB Brooks Ellis, OT Avery Gennesy, TE David Grinnage, S Charlie Miller, CB Sammy Seamster, WR Tevaun Smith and OT Brandon Thomas to reserve/future contracts.

Most of those players were already on the Jags' practice quad. Wilds logged 10 carries for the Jets as a rookie in 2016 but didn't see the field this past season.
Jan 22 - 3:52 PM

MMQB's Albert Breer expects the Patriots to promote LBs coach Brian Flores to defensive coordinator.

Flores had been up for the head job in Arizona but lost out to Panthers DC Steve Wilks. New England blocked Flores from interviewing for the 49ers' defensive coordinator vacancy last offseason in hopes that he would eventually succeed Matt Patricia when he moved on to a head-coaching position. With Patricia headed to the Lions, the stage is set for Flores to land his first gig as a defensive coordinator. It would be a well-deserved promotion for the 36-year-old, who has worked for the Patriots in some capacity since 2004.
Jan 22 - 2:50 PM
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