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NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Colts have requested a second interview with Patriots OC Josh McDaniels.

McDaniels is fully expected to become the Colts' next head coach, but they cannot make it official until after the Super Bowl. This "interview" then will likely just be a planning session for that eventual transition. McDaniels has overseen a top-12 offense each of his nine seasons as a coordinator in New England.
Jan 22 - 9:05 AM

Tom Brady said he will get the stitches in his hand removed this week.

The gash did not end up affecting his play in the AFC Championship Game, but it sounds like he narrowly missed suffering a serious injury. "I was fortunate not to tear any ligaments or anything like that," Brady said on the "Kirk and Callahan" radio show. "It turned out to be a lot good luck it wasn't more serious than it was." Brady should be 100 percent for the Super Bowl.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 9:02 AM

Bill Voth of Panthers.com said he would "be shocked" if Panthers DC Steve Wilks does not land the Cardinals' head coaching job.

The only true vacancy left, the Cardinals have cast a wide net, bringing in several candidates for second interviews, but it sounds like they are zeroing in on Wilks. If he gets the job, Wilks is expected to target Eagles QBs coach John DeFilippo as his offensive coordinator.
Jan 22 - 8:53 AM

Nick Foles underwent "precautionary" X-rays on his ribs following Sunday's NFC Championship game win.

Per ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, Foles' injury "doesn't appear serious," and the X-rays truly appear precautionary. Foles likely experienced routine soreness following Sunday's stunning blowout, although it wasn't for a lack of pass protection. The Eagles held the Vikings' vaunted pass rush to just five QB hits and one sack in the 38-7 rout. "I'm good, I'm good," Foles assured after the tests.
Jan 21 - 10:29 PM

Kyle Rudolph caught 1-of-4 targets for a 25-yard touchdown in the Vikings' NFC title game loss to the Eagles.

Rudolph scored the first points of the game by getting behind the Eagles’ defense on what amounted to a blown coverage for a 25-yard touchdown. They were the only points the Vikings would score, and it was the only catch Rudolph would make. In the regular season, Rudolph lost a whopping 51 targets off his 2016 total due to Adam Thielen’s emergence and a high ankle sprain that limited Rudolph’s playing time in the season’s final month. He did score eight TDs, Rudolph’s most since 2012. Still only 28 years old despite having spent seven seasons in the league, Rudolph will return as a mid-range to low-end TE1 in 2018.
Jan 21 - 10:18 PM

Jarius Wright caught 3-of-6 targets for 51 yards in the Vikings' NFC title game loss to the Eagles.

Wright spent 2017 rotating with Laquon Treadwell and Michael Floyd in the Vikings’ No. 3 receiver role. The team committed to Wright as its full-time No. 3 in the playoffs, and he delivered stat lines of 3/56/0 and 3/51/0 in two postseason games. Wright has finished below 200 yards in consecutive years. The Vikings will now decide whether Wright is worthy of his $3.6 million salary for 2018.
Jan 21 - 10:16 PM

Adam Thielen caught 3-of-9 targets for 28 yards in the Vikings' NFC Championship game loss to the Eagles.

Thielen is believed to have played this game with transverse process fractures in his back, helping to explain his ineffectiveness. It was a whimpering end to a terrific campaign for Thielen, who caught five-plus passes in 13-of-16 regular season games en route to a stellar 91/1,276/14.0/4 stat line. Although Thielen is sometimes described by the public and/or TV announcers as "not that fast," he ran 4.45 coming out of college and is averaging over 14 yards per catch in the pros. Forever underrated, 27-year-old Thielen has a bright future as a consistent WR2 in fantasy leagues.
Jan 21 - 10:14 PM

Stefon Diggs caught 8-of-12 targets for 70 yards in the Vikings' NFC title game loss to the Eagles.

Diggs took a knee to the back on his first catch and didn’t seem right the rest of the way, appearing stiff on his routes and checking out of the game a few times. It was an anticlimactic ending to Diggs’ season after his heroic 61-yard game-winning touchdown in the Divisional Round. Diggs capped his third NFL campaign with a 64/849/13.3/8 receiving line, continuing to show game-breaking ability even as Adam Thielen emerged as the Vikings’ higher-volume wideout. Still only 24 years old, Diggs will again be an early- to middle-round fantasy pick in 2018, which is Diggs’ contract year.
Jan 21 - 10:12 PM
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