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Former Bills DC Dennis Thurman will interview for the Redskins vacant defensive coordinator position.

Thurman was let go when the Bills brought in new coach Sean McDermott, but he might not be on the street for long. Thurman presumably did not take on the full responsibilities of running the defense under Rex Ryan in New York and Buffalo, but his Jets defenses did have reasonable success. He fits right in with the likes of Mike Pettine, Rob Ryan, Jason Tarver, and Greg Manusky, who the Redskins have also interviewed.
Jan 19 - 9:01 AM

Andrew Luck underwent surgery on his troublesome shoulder following the season.

The news comes from owner Jim Irsay, who had previously said Luck would not need surgery to fix the issue which has "lingered since 2015." Luck did not miss any games because of his shoulder, but he was consistently limited in practice. Getting it fixed properly seems like the right call, although it likely will force Luck to miss most of the offseason program and perhaps some time in training camp. Irsay did say Luck "will be ready" for Week 1.
Jan 19 - 8:51 AM

Geronimo Allison (hamstring) said he sat out Wednesday's practice "for precautionary reasons."

However, Allison did not commit to returning to practice on Thursday, and there is at least mild concern about his Week 20 availability. The Packers are dealing with injuries to three of their top-four receivers, also including Jordy Nelson (ribs) and Davante Adams (ankle). We'll have updates on Thursday.
Jan 18 - 9:08 PM

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel describes Davante Adams' ankle injury as similar to the injury he tried playing through last year.

A high ankle sprain was at least partially to blame for Adams' disappointing sophomore campaign, from which he rebounded to rank second in the NFL in touchdown catches (12) this season behind only teammate Jordy Nelson (14). Per the Journal-Sentinel, Adams "is going to have to prove he can be an effective player in order to be cleared" for the NFC Championship Game. The Packers have ruled out Adams from this week's practices. He needs to practice on Saturday and look competent doing it in order to get the Week 20 green light.
Jan 18 - 9:06 PM

Jordy Nelson (broken ribs) admitted he worked "slowly" back into Wednesday's practice.

Officially, he was listed as "limited." Either way, it was a step in the right direction. "I just caught some balls, tried to slowly work back in to it and feel things out," Nelson described. Nelson admitted he is entering unknown territory in his "hopeful" quest to play against the Falcons. "I've never played receiver with broken ribs," said Jordy. "We'll find out, hopefully. ... It's one of those things that you'll figure out when you get there. If it happens, we'll see how it goes."
Source: Scout.com
Jan 18 - 8:58 PM

Brandon Marshall said he's not open to taking a pay cut.

It conflicts with comments Marshall made earlier this month. Marshall is due $7.5 million coming off one of his worst seasons. With none of his salary guaranteed, the Jets will either keep Marshall or move on from him.
Jan 18 - 7:11 PM

Jordy Nelson (ribs) was limited in Wednesday's practice.

It's a step in the right direction after Nelson worked with the rehab group all last week. Nelson is still looking on the doubtful side for the NFC Championship. Davante Adams and Geronimo Allison are also up in the air.
Jan 18 - 6:32 PM

Jaguars hired Nathaniel Hackett as offensive coordinator.

Hackett's job was in question after the Jaguars brought in Chip Kelly for an interview. Jacksonville showed little improvement with Hackett, but he'll remain their coordinator after finishing out the final nine games. The Jaguars should be more of a run-balanced team under Hackett in 2017.
Jan 18 - 6:27 PM
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