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The most catches a running back had in a season under Kliff Kingsbury at Texas Tech was 41.

The numbers were compiled during 12-13 game seasons, but that is still well below what would be considered a high number for a running back. For his part, Kingsbury has hinted he is excited about using David Johnson as a pass catcher. "David Johnson is a tremendous asset," Kingsbury said. "He's a guy who can do from the backfield, between the tackles, you can motion him out. He's a mismatch in space. I can't wait for our offensive coaches to be able to get their hands on him." The truth is, it's going to be almost impossible to predict what Johnson's 2019 is going to look like. Kingsbury will be making a huge transition, and the talent around D.J. will still be lacking.
Jan 17 - 1:53 PM

Broncos fired OC Bill Musgrave.

Musgrave was never going to stick around under a new head coach, and now it is official. Assuming he wants to coach in 2019, Musgrave should be able to find a home as a quarterbacks coach.
Jan 17 - 12:18 PM

ESPN's Courtney Cronin reports Vikings TEs coach Todd Downing will not return in 2019.

Cronin adds Downing "was offered at least two different roles" with the Vikings, but he decided to explore other opportunities. Only 38, Downing was once a fast riser who landed the Raiders' offensive coordinator job in 2017. He will almost certainly land on a staff before next season.
Jan 17 - 11:26 AM

Chiefs RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (leg) got in a limited practice Wednesday.

Activated off injured reserve on Tuesday, it remains unclear if Duvernay-Tardif will suit up against the Patriots, but a limited practice at least keeps the possibility open. For what it is worth, Duvernay-Tardif said he has felt good since returning to practice a few weeks ago. Andrew Wylie will get the start if LDT cannot play.
Jan 17 - 9:47 AM

Saints LG Andrus Peat (hand) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday.

Peat is dealing with a broken hand, but he has played through it to this point. It does not appear as if that will change this week. RT Ryan Ramczyk (shoulder) and C Max Unger (knee) were also limited on Wednesday.
Jan 17 - 9:42 AM

The Washington Post's Les Carpenter reports Greg Manusky is expected to remain the Redskins' defensive coordinator.

Washington not so quietly courted several other candidates this month including Gregg Williams and Todd Bowles, but they struck out on their top targets. Manusky's defense actually took a step forward in 2018, but they were still just a middle-of-the-pack unit.
Jan 17 - 9:31 AM

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone said Leonard Fournette is "in a really good place" following a meeting with the running back last week.

"We had a good meeting," Marrone said. "I’m not going to speak for Leonard, but when he left that meeting … I think he’s in a really good place. That’s encouraging and I’m excited about that." Fournette was the subject of criticism by EVP Tom Coughlin following Week 17, leading to some speculation he would be moved this offseason. The running back reportedly "cleared the air" with Coughlin, however, and has now done the same with his head coach. Despite the kumbayas, the two sides still could still have some contentious moments in the next couple months after Fournette filed a formal challenge about the team voiding more than $7 million in guaranteed money in his rookie contract, a move reported by Pro Football Talk.
Source: jaguars.com
Jan 17 - 9:23 AM

Impending free agent LB Mychal Kendricks' sentencing hearing for his insider trading case has been rescheduled for April 4.

The hearing was supposed to take place on January 25 after Kendricks pled guilty to insider trading back in September. Kendricks could be facing multiple years in prison when the sentence is finally handed down, but it is possible he gets off much lighter because of his cooperation. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has said he wants Kendricks to re-sign with Seattle.
Jan 17 - 9:17 AM
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