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Bears GM Ryan Pace said he wants to "add more playmakers to our secondary" this offseason.

The general manager could focus on the issue in free agency, but if he decides to turn to the draft, Ohio State S Malik Hooker would fit the bill. While the No. 3 overall pick might be a little steep for the safety, Hooker is a proven playmaker who recorded seven interceptions including three pick-sixes in 2016. A clear top-10 talent, he could be a good fit with the Bears.
Jan 19 - 11:16 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Geronimo Allison (hamstring) is expected to play Sunday against the Falcons.

Allison said he sat out practice Wednesday "for precautionary reasons," so this is not a big surprise. With Davante Adams (ankle) likely to be limited even if he plays and Jordy Nelson (ribs) a "longshot," Allison could play a big role in a great matchup against the Falcons.
Jan 19 - 10:30 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Packers expect Davante Adams (ankle) to play Sunday against the Falcons.

RapSheet adds Geronimo Allison (leg) is also expected to suit up. It is a surprising report considering Adams has already been ruled out for the first three days of practice, but perhaps the Packers are just getting him as much rest as possible. His availability for Saturday's practice still needs to be monitored closely, but as of now he can be penciled into DFS lineups.
Jan 19 - 10:25 AM

Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey interviewed for the Bills' vacant offensive coordinator position.

Dorsey flamed out in the NFL after a successful college career quarterbacking Miami's juggernauts in the early-2000s, but he has earned a name for himself as a position coach in four seasons with the Panthers. Coach Sean McDermott obviously knows Dorsey from their time together in Carolina, and he seems like the only real candidate for the job at this point. It would not be surprising if he lands it.
Jan 19 - 10:20 AM

Titans coach Mike Mularkey said Marcus Mariota (broken leg) is "on track" and "doing great."

"He should be back when we get this thing rolling," Mularkey added. It is not clear if things get "rolling" in OTAs or training camp, but there is no doubt Mariota will be ready for Week 1. Coming off a breakout season, Mariota should be able to take another step forward in 2017 if the Titans can surround him with one or two more weapons.
Jan 19 - 10:11 AM

Free agent WLB Chad Greenway said he will not play for any team other than the Vikings.

Greenway played this season under the impression it would be his last, but he has yet to make a final decision. Greenway said he will meet with GM Rick Spielman and coach Mike Zimmer this week, and that meeting could push him toward retirement if it is clear the Vikings do not want him back. The former first-round pick has likely played his final snap in the NFL.
Jan 19 - 10:08 AM

Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News reports there "doesn't appear to be any substance" to reports the Bills are interested in Packers QBs coach Alex Van Pelt for their vacant offensive coordinator position.

The Bills' search for a coordinator has gone nowhere so far, and it looks like Van Pelt is a dead end as well. After Greg Olson took a job with the Rams, the only real candidate right now is Panthers QBs coach Ken Dorsey, who was interviewed on Wednesday.
Jan 19 - 9:41 AM

New Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Melvin Gordon's game is "growing like a weed."

"He’s very dynamic," Lynn said. "He took his game to another level, and we’re going to help him take it even further." Lynn wants to run a "balanced" offense, which is not surprising considering his history as a running backs coach. Lynn has been involved in seven 1,000-yard seasons in his 14 years as an RBs coach or offensive coordinator including LeSean McCoy's 1,267-yard effort in 2016. Gordon should see as much work as he can handle moving forward.
Source: ESPN
Jan 19 - 9:36 AM
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