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The MMQB's Andrew Brandt does not believe there will be a "robust market" for Tony Romo.

"At this point in his career, which has recently been dominated by injuries, he cannot be counted on as a starting quarterback in 2017," Brandt wrote, "and trade offers will reflect that." Owed $14 million in 2017 and with no guarantees left, Romo's contract is not a deterrent to a potential trade, but it seems likely he will be available for free on the open market at some point this offseason, which is obviously a more palatable price for a quarterback who needs to prove he can last more than one or two games. With the specter of retirement also certain to hurt his trade value, the Cowboys will be lucky to get anything for Romo.
Source: MMQB
Jan 24 - 11:06 AM

The MMQB's Andrew Brandt believes it is "delusional" to think Jimmy Garoppolo will fetch a first-round pick.

ESPN's Adam Schefter believes the Eagles' haul for Sam Bradford (1st and 4th) is the "starting point" in trade negotiations for Garoppolo, but Brandt does not believe the two situations are comparable, as the Vikings were desperate after losing Teddy Bridgewater to a serious knee injury. If the Patriots cannot nab a first or early-second, they could decide to let Garoppolo play out the final year of his contract and hope for a high conditional pick when he inevitably signs a massive deal in free agency.
Source: MMQB
Jan 24 - 10:52 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Falcons C Alex Mack will not practice this week because of a "swollen, painful sprained ankle."

Mack suffered the injury in the NFC Championship Game, but he was able to finish out the win. He might have been in trouble if the Super Bowl was this weekend, but the extra time off should allow him to suit up for the biggest game of the year. That said, his status will need to be monitored closely next week.
Jan 24 - 10:14 AM

Chiefs hired former Eagles WRs coach Greg Lewis for the same position in Kansas City.

Lewis is replacing David Culley, who is joining the Bills as a QBs coach. Lewis took the fall for Philly's disastrous receiver group in 2016, but it is hard to blame him considering the level of talent he was working with. Lewis played under Andy Reid for six seasons with the Eagles in the mid-2000s.
Jan 24 - 9:50 AM

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Colts have requested permission to interview Packers director of football operations Eliot Wolf for their vacant general manager position.

Wolf was given a new contract by Green Bay when he removed his name from the running for the 49ers' job, so it is unclear if the Packers will allow him to interview for another position. The Colts are expected to interview in-house candidate Jimmy Raye III, Vikings assistant GM George Paton, and Seahawks co-directors of player personnel Trent Kirchner and Scott Fitterer for the job. It is the same list the 49ers flirted with earlier this month.
Jan 24 - 9:13 AM

The Turf Show Times reports former Ravens OC Marc Trestman is a candidate for the Rams' vacant offensive coordinator position.

Consider us a bit skeptical. Trestman is a proven coordinator who seems unlikely to accept a role as a glorified QBs coach behind Sean McVay, but this would be a great move for the Rams. Trestman coaxed shockingly good seasons out of Jay Cutler and Josh McCown in Chicago, and he would be a good coach to have on hand as McVay tries to develop 2016 No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff. Trestman's offensive coordinator in Chicago, Aaron Kromer, is also reportedly on the Rams' radar.
Jan 24 - 9:06 AM

ESPN's Rich Cimini reports the Jets are interested in former Texans OC George Godsey for their vacant offensive coordinator position.

Cimini reports an interview could happen as soon as Tuesday at the Senior Bowl. The Texans offense struggled with Godsey running the show in 2016, and he had his play-calling duties stripped at one point in the season. He did good work with a slew of replacement-level quarterbacks in 2015, however, and cannot really be blamed for the disaster which is Brock Osweiler. Considering the lack of interest in the job around the league, this would not be a bad hire for the Jets. Cimini reports they are also interested in Saints WRs coach John Morton.
Source: ESPN
Jan 23 - 10:58 PM

Undrafted rookie Patrick Onwuasor could be an option to replace retired ILB Zachary Orr in 2017.

Onwuasor only played 60 snaps on defense as a rookie, but he got the start in Week 17 with Orr sidelined. 2016 second-rounder Kamalei Correa will also get a shot, and Baltimore could decide to move Albert McClellan back inside if they want to replace Orr in-house. Looking at the candidates, it would be a surprise if the Ravens did not bring in some help this offseason.
Jan 23 - 10:27 PM
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