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Free agent WR Austin Pettis worked out for the Chargers on Wednesday.

Pettis has also worked out for the Seahawks and Panthers since being released by the Rams in October. With Keenan Allen sidelined for likely the rest of the season, the Chargers may give Pettis a look if they qualify for the postseason. Pettis had 107 catches and nine touchdowns across four seasons with the Rams.
Dec 27 - 11:30 AM

ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Giants have yet to reach out with an offer to extend impending free-agent DE Jason Pierre-Paul.

The Giants are not expected to slap the franchise tag on Pierre-Paul, and it is becoming increasingly obvious the team will allow JPP to test his value on the open market. Pierre-Paul has come on strong with seven sacks over the past month, but inconsistent play and a checkered injury may limit him to short-term, prove-it deals.
Dec 27 - 11:23 AM

Pro Football Talk reports Bears GM Phil Emery and team president Ted Phillips are also on the chopping block.

After a disastrous season, it seems the Bears are ready to completely clean house. Coach Marc Trestman already has one foot out the door, Emery's position appears perilous at best and Phillips could get he axe despite being with the team for almost 16 years. Ironically, the one person who may survive is Jay Cutler because his Emery-negotiated contract makes him a headache to trade.
Dec 27 - 10:58 AM

ESPN Panthers reporter David Newton believes the Panthers will move on from RB DeAngelo Williams following the season.

After years of struggling under the dead-money weight of Williams' contract, the Panthers will finally be in a position to cut loose the aging running back this offseason. Williams is only due $1.85 million in base salary in 2015, but carries a cap hit of $6.33 million for next season. The cap-strapped Panthers could save around $2 million on the 2015 cap by designating Williams a post-June 1 cut. With his play on the field slipping, it is an easy move for Carolina to make.
Dec 27 - 10:47 AM

DeAngelo Williams (hand) is listed as probable for Week 17 against the Falcons, but Jonathan Stewart is still expected to start.

Coach Ron Rivera was unwilling to discuss the specifics of the running back rotation, but it is safe to assume the red-hot Stewart will retain most of the work even if Williams plays. Stewart had rushed for a league-high 437 yards over the past four games and has helped spark the Panthers to three straight wins. He is a solid RB2 against the Falcons.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 27 - 10:24 AM

The Boston Globe's Ben Volin expects Tom Brady to only play a half Week 17 against the Bills.

This report echoes an earlier report from ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss, who said the Patriots could treat the meaningless game as a fourth preseason contest. Regardless of the exact snap count, it is becoming clear Brady and the Patriots' starters will not play a full game against the Bills. Already in a tough matchup, Brady needs to be avoided in both seasonal and daily formats.
Dec 27 - 10:08 AM

The Boston Globe's Ben Volin believes Rob Gronkowski will receive "little-to-no playing time" in the Patriots' season finale against the Bills.

With nothing on the line Week 17, it makes little sense for the Patriots to play their dynamic but oft-injured tight end. Gronkowski could very well put up a goose egg Week 17, making him unplayable in both seasonal and daily formats. Tim Wright will likely see a bump in snaps with Gronk limited, but would be a poor option against the Bills' suffocating pass defense.
Dec 27 - 10:01 AM

Vikings placed rookie LB Anthony Barr (knee) on injured reserve, ending his season.

LB Josh Kaddu was signed in a corresponding move. The ninth overall pick in last May's draft, Barr was a standout player in his rookie season. He racked up 70 tackles and four sacks across 12 starts, and had perhaps the play of the Vikings' season when he stripped fellow rookie Bucs TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins on the first play of overtime Week 8 and returned the fumble all the way for the game-winning score.
Dec 27 - 9:52 AM
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