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Jaguars declared Chris Ivory, OG Chris Reed, DT Eli Ankou, DE Carroll Phillips, OT Josh Walker, OT Will Poehls, and LB Deon King inactive for the AFC Championship Game.

Ivory is a healthy scratch again after sitting out the Divisional Round win last week. T.J. Yeldon went for 77 total yards last week with Ivory on the bench. He is a reasonable DFS dart throw on the short slate.
Jan 21 - 1:42 PM

Rex Burkhead (knee) is active for the AFC Championship Game.

Jan 21 - 1:36 PM

Tom Brady (hand) is active for the AFC Championship Game.

There was never much doubt he would play, but it is now official. Brady will "probably" wear a glove on his injured hand, something he has said he does not like to do, but he reportedly threw the ball "incredibly well" during Friday's practice. Ultimately, Jacksonville's ability to get pressure, especially up the middle, will play a much larger role in Brady's success than this injury.
Jan 21 - 1:36 PM

Jaguars FS Tashaun Gipson (foot) is active for the AFC Championship Game.

Gipson sat out the first two practices of the week, but he always said he would give it a go. The safety should be a big part of Jacksonville's plan to slow down Rob Gronkowski.
Jan 21 - 1:36 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Patriots LBs coach Brian Flores will target ex-Lions coach Jim Caldwell to be his offensive coordinator if he lands the Cardinals job.

Despite seven years as an NFL head coach, most recently with the Lions last season, Caldwell has spent limited time as an OC. He did help lead the Ravens to a Super Bowl after taking over as coordinator late in the 2012 season, but Baltimore's offense struggled the next year. Caldwell is a known quantity, however, which might help Arizona feel more comfortable handing the reins to Flores. Arizona reportedly hopes to get Flores in for a second visit soon.
Source: ESPN
Jan 21 - 1:21 PM

Giants GM Dave Gettleman "reaffirmed his desire" for Eli Manning to return as the team's starting quarterback in 2018.

Gettleman said he had a "great" meeting with Manning earlier this month. Among the topics they discussed were remaking the offensive line while also taking steps to improve the running game. Despite the vote of confidence, Gettleman told Manning the team's personnel department will "dig in" on evaluating the upcoming quarterback class while taking a deeper look at third-round rookie Davis Webb. Pat Shurmur also had good things to say about Manning when he interviewed for the Giants' head-coaching job.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 21 - 1:03 PM

Former Steelers OC Todd Haley interviewed for the Browns' offensive coordinator job.

The two sides are in "serious talks," according to ESPN's Chris Mortensen. The Steelers decided not to renew Haley's contract after the season, possibly due to tension with Ben Roethlisberger. Hue Jackson served as both head coach and offensive coordinator in 2017, which predictably backfired as the Browns endured one of the worst seasons in NFL history. The Browns have also interviewed Texans QBs coach Sean Ryan and former Giants coach Ben McAdoo for their offensive coordinator opening.
Jan 21 - 12:31 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Cardinals are looking to schedule a second interview with Patriots LBs coach Brian Flores for their head-coaching vacancy.

Falcons specials teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, Cardinals DC James Bettcher and Panthers DC Steve Wilks are also being considered for the head job in Arizona. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday morning that Flores is the current favorite to replace Matt Patricia as New England's defensive coordinator. If Flores does join the Cardinals, he's expected to bring along former Lions coach Jim Caldwell as his offensive coordinator.
Jan 21 - 12:28 PM
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