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1/15:The Buffalo Bills hired Brian Daboll as their new offensive coordinator on Sunday. It's an underwhelming hire for a coach that has been an assistant for several different NFL teams but hasn't seen much success. He's coming off a national title with Alabama in college, but he'll have his work cut out for him with Buffalo. The Bills are likely to move on from quarterback Tyrod Taylor this offseason, so Daboll will be tasked with implementing a new quarterback to the fold.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: BuffaloBills.com
1/15:Minnesota Vikings safety Andrew Sendejo (concussion) suffered a concussion in the Divisional Round win over the Saints on Sunday, and he did not return to the game. Sendejo is an important part of Minnesota's stingy secondary, and he'll have to pass the league's concussion protocol in order to face the Eagles in the NFC title game next weekend.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Vikings.com
1/15:Denver Broncos rookie wide receiver Carlos Henderson was arrested for marijuana possession in Louisiana on Sunday. He was the team's third-round pick in the 2017 draft, but he didn't play at all in 2017 due to a thumb injury. Police officers said Henderson admitted to smoking marijuana earlier on Sunday but denied smoking in the vehicle. Henderson is more of a speedy slot receiver, but this development coupled with his injury means the Broncos won't be able to rely on him in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: FOX News Denver -read more...
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1/15:Jacksonville Jaguars impending free-agent wide receiver Allen Robinson (knee) said that he isn't concerned that he won't be able to pass a physical in March for the start of free agency. Robinson played in just one game in 2017 before tearing his ACL, but he was able to catch 73 passes for 883 yards in 2016 and posted a 1,000-yard season in 2015. The 24-year-old has high-end talent, but his 2018 fantasy value will depend on his health and where he lands in free agency.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Floridaread more...
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1/15:The belief is that Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels would prefer the Titans head coaching position over all the others. The health of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck (shoulder) is an issue, and McDaniels likes the high ceiling of Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota. The Colts job isn't all that attractive unless Luck is able to return in 2018, and right now that is a big if. Tennessee's roster is much more balanced, especially on offense, and McDaniels may covet the opportunity to try and improve Mariota and a run-first, smashmouth offensive line. McDaniels won'tread more...
1/15:The Tennessee Titans will interview Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel for their vacant head coaching position. With former head coach Mike Mularkey and the Titans agreeing to part ways Monday, the Titans will now need to search for a new head coach to help improve quarterback Marcus Mariota and the offense. Vrabel doesn't seem like an excellent fit as a defensive mind, but he has been rising up the ranks as a head coaching candidate around the league.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Houston Chronicle - John McClain
1/15:The Tennessee Titans and head coach Mike Mularkey have agreed to part ways, according to a league source. This seems odd after the Titans reportedly were offering Mularkey a contract extension after the Titans pulled off a surprise comeback upset of the Chiefs in the Wild-Card round. However, Mularkey's decisions on offense during the season were heavily questioned, and quarterback Marcus Mariota took a big step back in his development. With plenty of options on the offensive side of the ball and a strong offensive line, the Titans head coaching position will be coveted by thoseread more...
1/15:Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Jack Conklin (knee) suffered a torn left ACL in the Divisional Round loss to the Patriots, and he'll need to undergo surgery. “He will be a possible PUP candidate once we get though training camp just based on the timing of the injury, which is unfortunate," head coach Mike Mularkey said. Conklin started all 16 games for the second straight year after his All-Pro season in 2016. Conklin's availability for the start of the regular season could be in question depending on how his rehab goes over the summer.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerread more...
1/15:Tennessee Titans rookie tight end Jonnu Smith (knee) suffered a torn MCL in the Divisional Round loss to the Patriots. However, he should be able to participate in organized team activities in the offseason, barring any setbacks. In Smith's first season in the NFL, he caught 18 passes for 157 yards and two touchdowns. As long as Delanie Walker is still in the picture, it's unlikely that Smith will be a relevant fantasy tight end.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: Titans Online - Jim Wyatt
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1/15:Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray is hoping to bounce back in 2018 after dealing with several injuries and a down season in 2017. “I am very confident in myself and I am excited,” Murray said. “I am excited about the future, and my future. I know what kind of player I am.” Murray missed the regular season finale and both of the team's playoff games with a knee injury, but he hadn't missed a game before that since joining them before the 2016 season. On the season as a whole, he ran 184 times forread more...
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1/15:New England Patriots running back Rex Burkhead (knee), who hasn't played since Dec. 17 due to a knee sprain, is expected to play against the Jaguars in the AFC title game next weekend, according to a source. A lot will depend on how much Burkhead does in practice this week, so keep an eye on his status. Dion Lewis will remain the lead back in this backfield and is the most attractive DFS play, but Burkhead's return would lower the ceiling for Lewis' owners. Burkhead may be limited if he returns, though, soread more...
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1/15:New Orleans Saints impending free-agent quarterback Drew Brees would like to re-sign with the team, and he believes the team is entering "a window of time here where we can really make a run at it." Brees turns 39 Monday and has a clause in his contract that forbids the team from placing the franchise tag on him. If the Saints decide to cut Brees, he would cost the team $18 million in dead money against the salary cap. The future Hall of Fame quarterback had a down year across the board with the Saints focusingread more...
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1/15:Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Mularkey was offered a contract extension by the team. Not only has Mularkey been assured of returning in 2018, the Titans apparently now believe he is worth extending beyond that. This decision is based almost solely on Tennessee's Wild-Card win over the Chiefs, a lot of which may not have been attributed to a good coaching job by Mularkey. By all accounts, general manager Jon Robinson was ready to part ways with Mularkey following a massive step back by Tennessee's offense. It appears ownership stepped in to guarantee Mularkey's return.--Chris Zolliread more...
1/15:Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shumur and New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels appear to be the top two candidates for the New York Giants coaching vacancy, according to the St. Paul Pioneer Press. It is clear to many that McDaniels will be the Colts next head coach, so this would indicate Shurmur is now the favorite to succeed Ben McAdoo in New York. Shurmur has interviewed with the Giants, Lions, Cardinals and Bears. Chicago (Matt Nagy) and Detroit (Matt Patricia) have their new coaches in place, while the Cardinals and Giants searches remain open. Should Shurmur endread more...
1/15:New Orleans Saints tight end Josh Hill caught three passes for 54 yards against Minnesota in the second round of the playoffs. Both are season highs for a sparsely-used tight end that was a backup for most of the year. Hill, like any receiver in the Saints offense, often has a chance to score or make a big play, but he isn't a dependable option. It's unclear what the Saints will do at the tight end position next year, as starter Coby Fleener has suffered several concussions in his career andread more...
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