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1/4:The Detroit Lions have interviewed Green Bay Packers associate head coach Winston Moss for their vacant head coaching position. Moss has worked primarily with the linebackers in Green Bay, continuing Detroit's trend of looking for a head coach with defensive experience. So far the Lions have interviewed both offensive coordinator Jim Bob Cooter and defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, along with Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel. They have been connected to numerous other names as their hunt to replace Jim Caldwell continues.--Andy P - RotoBallerSource: Paula Pasche
1/4:Carolina Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers has not decided if he will return in 2018 for another season. His current focus is on the Saints in the Wild-Card round this weekend. Despite playing fewer snaps in Carolina this year, the future Hall of Famer recorded 11 sacks and 21 total tackle for the Panthers. He's currently fourth on the all-time sacks list with 154.5.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: The Associated Press - Steve Reed
1/4:ESPN’s Rob Demovsky has reported that the expected candidates for the vacant offensive coordinator position in Green Bay are Ben McAdoo, Joe Philbin and James Campen. All three have served under head coach Mike McCarthy in Green Bay in some manner. McAdoo was most recently the head coach of the New York Giants but was fired for, among other reasons, the disappointing performance of the Giants offense. Philbin had been the offensive coordinator in Green Bay during their Super Bowl run in 2010-2011 before leaving to be the head coach of the Miami Dolphins. He also had a shortread more...
1/4:Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy (ankle) said he wants to get to the point where he can cut without pain in Sunday's Wild-Card game against the Jaguars. "I just want to be close, or the best as far as 100 percent as I can get," McCoy said. "If I can't get 100 percent, as long as I'm out there, and I can work effective enough, I'll do it. We'll just see." McCoy did say he is unwilling to make any promises about his status and that he's leery of playing and then being ineffective atread more...
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1/4:Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson (hamstring) will play in Saturday's Wild-Card game against the Titans. Wilson was absent to start the week but returned to a limited practice on Wednesday. Coming off a 147-yard game against Denver in Week 17, Wilson will carry some appeal as a cheap DFS streamer in what should be a favorable matchup, although he will not put up stats even remotely close to that as the third passing option behind tight end Travis Kelce and receiver Tyreek Hill.--Chris Zolli -read more...
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1/4:Carolina Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess (shoulder) said his practice absences were precautionary. Funchess has missed a ton of practice repetitions of late but has always been out there on Sundays. He will be ready to go against the Saints.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Jourdan Rodrigue on Twitter
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1/4:Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy (ankle) only stretched before Thursday's practice and after practice head coach Sean McDermott said he was "headed in the right direction." "Will we be able to get there in time?," McDermott asked rhetorically. "We'll see." McCoy has played through a ton of injuries in recent seasons, but the Wild-Card round will be quite an ask after he was carted off in Week 17. Ultimately, it's hard to see McCoy sitting out, but it is quite possible he is highly limited or mostly a decoy. His status will be updated noread more...
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1/4:The Miami Dolphins are naming Dowell Loggains as their new offensive coordinator, according to a source. Former offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen will likely remain with the team and then transition to another role. Loggains previously worked with head coach Adam Gase in Chicago, so they have some history together. With Gase likely to continue calling the plays in Miami, Loggains won't be as active as the offensive coordinator.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerSource: NFL Network - Ian Rapoport
1/4:Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman (knee) and wide receivers Julio Jones (ankle, ribs) and Taylor Gabriel (hamstring) were all not on the final injury report leading into Saturday's game with the Rams. Head coach Dan Quinn said that Freeman worked without limitations on Thursday, so this was not a shock. Gabriel was limited this week in practice, but it was never likely he would sit out a playoff game. Gabriel has not caught more than three passes since Week 6. As for Jones, he has played through a varietyread more...
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1/4:Denver Broncos wide receiver Jordan Taylor (hip) will undergo only one hip surgery this offseason. It's unknown what his timetable for recovery will be, but hip surgeries are usually pretty serious, so he could miss most of offseason workouts. Taylor took on a bigger role as a receiver and punt returner late in the year, but he had just 13 receptions for 142 yards and no touchdowns in 2017. If he's brought back as an exclusive-rights free agent, which is likely, he'll once again serve as receiver depth in 2018.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBallerread more...
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1/4:Tennessee Titans running back DeMarco Murray (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's Wild-Card matchup with the Chiefs. Murray never looked likely to play this week, and it is unlikely he will be ready to go for the Divisional Round if the Titans are able to advance. Derrick Henry will once again carry the load with Murray sidelined.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Cameron Wolfe on Twitter
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1/4:Carolina Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess (shoulder) did not practice Thursday. He also sat out Wednesday. This has become the routine for Funchess, who has managed a shoulder injury much of the season. It would be a shock if he is not ready to face the Saints on Sunday.--Chris Zolli - RotoBallerSource: Joe Person on Twitter
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1/4:Baltimore Ravens running back Kenneth Dixon (knee) is expected to be ready for organized team activities, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Dixon suffered a torn meniscus, which required a full repair last summer. The injury cost him the season, but he should be close to full health by this point. Dixon also was suspended for six games last season, and he served it while on Injured Reserve and watched Alex Collins take over as the lead back. Even when healthy, Dixon is not a lock for a big role.--Chrisread more...
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1/4:Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy (ankle) returned to practice Thursday. McCoy was spotted stretching with the team at the beginning of practice Thursday. He sprained his ankle during the Week 17 win at Miami and could not return. That left Marcus Murphy and Mike Tolbert to finish out the game. Head coach Sean McDermott said Monday the team received some good news in the form of negative X-rays on the ankle, and McCoy has a chance to suit up Sunday. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport is reporting that even if McCoyread more...
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1/4:Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman (knee) is practicing again Thursday. Freeman missed practice on Tuesday with a knee injury, but appears on track to suit up Saturday based on his availability Wednesday and Thursday. Head coach Dan Quinn said the team is "encouraged" about his chances to suit up. A banged-up Freeman is bad news against Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald, who earned PFF's highest grade among all interior defenders this season. Still, the Rams run defense has been their weak point, as they rank 22nd in DVOA verus the run compared to third againstread more...
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