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Jets promoted QBs coach Jeremy Bates to offensive coordinator.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports they are "expected" to promote Bates, which means it is going to happen. It is a quick turnaround for Bates, who spent several years out of the league after a rocky one-year stint as Seattle's coordinator in 2010. He clearly made an impression in his first year with the Jets, however, and reportedly "had a significant role" in game-planning under ex-OC John Morton. No matter how good of a coach he is, Bates' success will hinge on the Jets' ability to find a quarterback.
Jan 22 - 10:38 AM

The Tennessean reports the Titans will not retain DC Dick LeBeau.

It is not a surprise after the Titans hired ex-Texans DC Mike Vrabel to run the team. One of the best coordinators in NFL history, LeBeau did not coach elite units in his two years with the Titans, but the defense did show signs of improvement in 2017. LeBeau can clearly still coach, but it is possible the 80-year-old calls it a career.
Jan 22 - 10:29 AM

Chargers GM Tom Telesco is hopeful 2017 second-round OG Forrest Lamp (ACL) will be ready for OTAs.

Lamp suffered a torn ACL early in training camp. "The positive about him getting hurt early is he’ll be on the field early," Telesco said. "Hopefully at some point in OTAs he’ll work back in." The Chargers' offensive line took a step forward in 2017, and Lamp's healthy return will only help the situation.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 10:15 AM

Jamaal Williams said he will work on his explosiveness this offseason.

Williams led the Packers with 556 rushing yards, but he averaged 3.6 yards per carry and had just six runs of 10 yards or more. "I’ve got to get my feet quicker and just get a little more speed happening and make sure that my knees are up," Williams said. "I’m just going to be working on my lateral movements, speed, make sure I get my knees up, make sure my lower body’s a lot stronger." With Ty Montgomery and Aaron Jones returning from injury, Williams will have to improve to stay atop the depth chart.
Source: ESPN
Jan 22 - 9:41 AM

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
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