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ESPN's John Keim reports the Redskins aren't willing to meet free agent ILB Zach Brown's asking price.

The Redskins want to keep Brown but there's a decent gap in contract talks between the sides. After settling for a prove-it deal, Brown is looking to cash in coming off another strong season. Brown could push for $7 million annually.
Source: ESPN
Jan 20 - 4:29 PM

The Cardinals could give Eagles DC Jim Schwartz a second interview next week.

The Cardinals gave Panthers DC Steve Wilks a second interview and may look to do the same with Schwartz. After drawing interest from multiple teams, Schwartz has faded over the last few weeks but remains one of the top retreads available this cycle. Eagles QB coach John DeFilippo, Patriots LB coach Brian Flores, Cardinals DC James Bettcher, and Falcons special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong are among the finalists for Arizona's head-coaching job.
Jan 20 - 3:39 PM

The Tennessean considers Texans DC Mike Vrabel the "early favorite" for the Titans' head-coaching job.

Vrabel was the first candidate to interview with Tennessee this week. The Titans also met with Panthers DC Steve Wilks and Rams OC Matt LaFleur, but neither are expected to get the job. Vrabel has ties to GM Jon Robinson from his New England days and fits what Tennessee is looking for as a coach on the rise. Despite a rough first year as a coordinator, Vrabel looks ready to make the jump to the head-coaching ranks.
Source: Tennessean
Jan 20 - 2:35 PM

Steelers WR Eli Rogers underwent ACL surgery on Wednesday.

Rogers tore his ACL in the Divisional Round against Jacksonville. This injury will set him back multiple weeks into the 2018 season, making for a tricky situation this offseason as he's a restricted free agent. The No. 4 receiver on Pittsburgh, the Steelers will likely look to replace him.
Jan 20 - 1:30 PM

Impending free agent Le'Veon Bell reportedly missed almost all of the Steelers' final walkthrough the day before last week's Divisional Round loss to the Jaguars.

Additionally, coach Mike Tomlin has told players and coaches to arrive two hours before kickoff for games. Bell (and reportedly one coach) arrived to last Sunday's playoff loss "much later than that," even after skipping all but the final five minutes of Saturday's walkthrough. Bell is headed for intense contract negotiations, of course, and the Steelers have leaked negative info about players in similar situations before, most notably Antonio Brown. Whether it be from the Steelers or another team, Bell is going to get paid this offseason.
Jan 20 - 11:53 AM

The Ringer's Mike Lombardi reports the Seahawks have "strong interest" in hiring ex-Redskins coach Jim Zorn to coach their quarterbacks.

A blast from the past, Zorn hasn't been in the league since 2012, when he coached quarterbacks for the Chiefs. He spent two years as the Redskins' head coach in 2008 and 2009 after serving seven seasons as Seattle's quarterbacks coach. Zorn also spent most of his playing career in Seattle. He turns 65 this May.
Jan 20 - 10:56 AM

Bengals owner and president Mike Brown thinks the team can "quickly rebound" under Marvin Lewis.

Brown was largely encouraged by late-season wins over the Lions and Ravens, and he seems to think the team was a bit unlucky despite issues throughout the roster. "We lost a handful of games that were games we could’ve, should’ve won," Brown said. "And if we had managed to win our share of those, we would’ve been out of that middle group of teams." Despite Brown's optimism, the Bengals have several roster holes to fill, especially along the offensive line.
Jan 20 - 10:43 AM

Ian Rapoport reports Tom Brady threw the ball "incredibly well" during Friday's practice.

After getting four stitches to his knuckle early in the week due to a collision with Rex Burkhead, Brady should be good to play against the Jaguars. Without any structural damage, his injury shouldn't impact his passing. Brady is a top-tier play despite the tough matchup against the Jaguars.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 20 - 10:09 AM
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