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Rex Burkhead is in the concussion protocol.

Burkhead wasn't checked for a concussion in Week 1, so this comes as a surprise. This may be from the hit he took on his second-quarter fumble. Burkhead has four days to get cleared for Sunday's Jacksonville matchup. With Jeremy Hill on IR and Sony Michel (knee) questionable, the Patriots could be down to Kenjon Barner and James White at running back.
Wed, Sep 12, 2018 04:21:00 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Bengals are considering former Raiders and Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio for their defensive coordinator opening.

Jan 20 - 9:32 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Chiefs could use the franchise tag on impending free agent OLB Dee Ford.

With Ford headed for free agency, keeping him on the franchise tag is a no-brainer for Kansas City. The 2014 first-rounder enjoyed a breakout year this season, totaling 13 sacks and a league-leading seven forced fumbles while earning PFF's No. 2 pass-rushing grade among 3-4 outside linebackers. Ford's projected salary under the franchise tag would be around $15.6 million.
Jan 20 - 9:08 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs will look to sign Tyreek Hill to a long-term contract extension this offseason.

Per Rapsheet, Kansas City is also looking to lock up pass-rusher Chris Jones. Hill is set to hit free agency in 2020, though the Chiefs are hoping to avoid that by striking a long-term deal. The 2016 fifth-rounder began his career as a gadget player but has quickly graduated to elite status, emerging as arguably the league's top deep threat. Hill's 1,479 receiving yards this past season were the most in team history. The Chiefs have cap room to spare with MVP front-runner Patrick Mahomes still on his rookie deal and could make Hill one of the highest-paid receivers in football. That honor currently belongs to Odell Beckham, who cashed in with a five-year, $95 million mega-deal last summer.
Jan 20 - 8:48 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the length of free agent Kareem Hunt's suspension will be determined before the start of free agency.

In addition to the widely-circulated video of Hunt shoving and kicking a woman outside his Cleveland hotel room last February, the league is also investigating two other incidents, one involving a physical altercation at a club and another at a resort. The former Chief has yet to speak to NFL investigators, though his fate should be decided sometime before the start of free agency in March. Despite his off-field troubles, "several teams have been keeping tabs" on Hunt, who led the NFL with 1,327 rushing yards as a rookie in 2017 and was having an even better year prior to his release in 2018. Hunt has already been linked to the Bears, who are coached by former Chiefs OC Matt Nagy. Rapoport fully expects the 23-year-old to play in the NFL next season.
Source: NFL.com
Jan 20 - 8:26 AM

AZCentral.com's Bob McManaman reports the Cardinals have hired ex-Packers OC Tom Clements as the team's primary offensive assistant.

Clements will essentially fill Arizona's vacant OC position and serve as coach Kliff Kingsbury's primary offensive assistant and passing-game coordinator. Kingsbury will call his own plays, but Clements is expected to assist heavily in game-plans. Clements spent 11 years under Mike McCarthy and Green Bay's staff, notably winning a Super Bowl with the team back in 2011. Although he's been out of football the past two seasons, the Cardinals are hoping Clements' veteran status and assistance in developing Aaron Rodgers can help in developing Josh Rosen.
Jan 19 - 5:12 PM

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Ravens and coach John Harbaugh have agreed in principle to a contract extension.

Harbaugh has one year remaining on his current deal, but the Ravens will still assuredly lock him up for the foreseeable future after he became a hot commodity following the team's Wild Card loss to the Chargers. Harbaugh has been at the helm for Baltimore since initially replacing Brian Billick in 2008. This pending extension ensures Harbaugh stays head coach despite the plethora of changes in and out of the front office around him over the past 12 months.
Jan 19 - 2:55 PM

Cameron Brate had arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip.

He's expected to miss a "few months." Brate played through the injury for most of the year but didn't sit any games. The Bucs are hoping to have Brate for the start of June's minicamp.
Source: ESPN
Jan 19 - 9:35 AM

Chargers GM Tom Telesco suggested he'd be open to bringing back impending free agent Antonio Gates in 2019.

The Chargers planned to move on from Gates last season but wound up re-signing him after Hunter Henry tore his ACL at OTAs. "My heart says, yeah, he’ll be back next year," said Telesco. "But you put your G.M. hat on, and you look at what’s the role, where are resources are with the cap." Even if the Bolts re-up with Gates, the 38-year-old would just be Henry's backup.
Jan 18 - 4:30 PM

Spencer Ware (hamstring) wasn't listed on the Chiefs' final injury report for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Patriots.

Neither were S Eric Berry (heel) or OG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (ankle). Ware will return from a four-game absence after putting in a full week of practice. Even with Ware available for the conference championship, Damien Williams should lead the Chiefs' backfield against New England.
Jan 18 - 4:08 PM

Ben Watson (illness) is out for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Rams.

He's been in the hospital with appendicitis, though so far he's avoided surgery. It's a tough break for Watson, who plans to retire after the season. Josh Hill will pick up the slack in his absence. The 38-year-old should be available for Super Bowl LIII if the Saints advance.
Jan 18 - 3:35 PM

Cowboys fired OC Scott Linehan.

This ends his five-year run in Dallas. The Cowboys were initially expected to retain Linehan, but obviously they had a change of heart. "This was not an easy decision because of how highly we regard Scott Linehan as a football coach and as a person," said coach Jason Garrett in a statement Friday. "He is an outstanding football coach, a great friend and we wish him and his family nothing but the absolute best moving forward." Garrett said the decision to part ways was mutual, but in reality, the Cowboys have been looking at outside OC candidates for the past several days. Outside of the always reliable Ezekiel Elliott and a late-season surge from Amari Cooper, the Cowboys' offense was nothing special this year. Ultimately, Dak Prescott should benefit from a more creative play-caller.
Jan 18 - 1:30 PM




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