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Jaguars FS Tashaun Gipson (foot) is questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Patriots.

Gipson was back at practice Friday after sitting Wednesday and Thursday. He's going to give it his all to be out there for the biggest game of his career to date. Odds are Gipson will be out there come Sunday afternoon at 3:05 PM ET.
Jan 19 - 12:21 PM

Tom Brady (hand) returned to practice Friday.

This has only been a story because there are four teams left in the playoffs, so we have to talk about something. Everything is magnified this time of year. Brady will be fine for the AFC Championship game against the Jaguars.
Jan 19 - 12:06 PM

Arizona Sports' Mike Jurecki reports ex-Steelers OC Todd Haley is interested in the Cardinals' offensive-coordinator job.

Haley, of course, was the Cardinals' OC in 2007 and 2008 and went to the Super Bowl with Kurt Warner and Larry Fitzgerald before landing the Chiefs' head coach job in 2009. Haley still has a home in the area, but the Cardinals don't currently have a head coach. Some have mentioned Haley as an option for Arizona's head gig, but that looks like a serious long shot. Haley reportedly has a "few options" on the table but is "going to wait for the right opportunity."
Jan 19 - 11:32 AM

Impending free agent Jeremy Hill is fully expected to move on from the Bengals.

Beat writers Jim Owczarski and Paul Dehner put the chances of the Bengals re-signing Hill at one percent. It's a massive long shot. Hill needed ankle surgery in November, ending his season, but he's expected to be fully healthy sometime this month. Hill had a big rookie season and scored 29 touchdowns his first three seasons, but he's averaged just 3.6 YPC his last three seasons, spanning 482 carries. Hill is still just 25 but is just an early-down, goal-line bruiser.
Jan 19 - 11:26 AM

The Cincinnati Enquirer puts the chances the Bengals re-sign impending free agent Tyler Eifert at "10 percent."

Eifert has said all options are on the table, admitting his lengthy injury history will likely cloud some things. He's recovering from a second back surgery in two years and also needed a recent knee scope. Eifert has missed 41-of-80 games in five seasons but was dominant in 2015 when healthy, proving to be a huge red-zone weapon. He's still just 27, but the body is breaking down. Eifert's free-agent case will be interesting to follow. He may have to take a one-year deal.
Jan 19 - 11:22 AM

Panthers promoted assistant special teams coach Chase Blackburn to special teams coordinator.

Blackburn, 34, spent the final two years of his playing career in Carolina from 2013-2014 then immediately jumped into coaching. He interviewed for the Chargers' STs coach gig in 2016. Blackburn was a stud special teamer in his playing days, winning a pair of Super Bowls with the Giants.
Jan 19 - 10:21 AM

Panthers DC Steve Wilks is interviewing a second time for the Cardinals' head-coaching vacancy on Friday.

Wilks' reported plan is to bring along Eagles QBs coach John DeFilippo as offensive coordinator, which probably makes Wilks more attractive. DeFilippo is a rising star in the coaching ranks and has also interviewed for the Cardinals' head job. DeFilippo would be unable to bring Wilks with him as DC since it's not a promotion for Wilks. Falcons STs coach Keith Armstrong is also interviewing Friday. The favorite for the Cardinals' opening remains pretty unclear.
Jan 19 - 10:15 AM

David Johnson (wrist) is back to 100 percent health.

Johnson is finally healthy after his injury cost him all but one game and 17 touches. It will be an offseason of change for Johnson, who must adjust to a new coach and is headed into the final year of his rookie contract. Although Bruce Arians relies on three-down bellcows to an unusual degree, whomever replaces him will do the same with Johnson. Johnson turned 26 in December.
Jan 18 - 7:13 PM
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