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Jan
13

Raiders RB Jacobs avoids DUI charge

Las Vegas Raiders running back JOSH JACOBS was involved in a car accident last week and was subsequently booked on suspicion of DUI. Lawyers announced today that Jacobs will not beMore charged with DUI, although he has been charged with “failure to exercise due care”. Time will tell if the updated charge will ultimately result in any kind of punishment from the NFL. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jan
13

Rams QB Goff progressing ahead of Saturday playoff game

Los Angeles Rams quarterback JARED GOFF is trending in the right direction leading up to Saturday’s playoff game against the Green Bay Packers. Goff is still recovering from thumb surgery, butMore he was listed as a full participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report. Meanwhile, fellow quarterback JOHN WOLFORD (neck), wideout COOPER KUPP (knee), and defensive star AARON DONALD (ribs) all remain day-to-day and would not have practiced if the Rams held a normal practice session. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jan
13

Bills sign veteran RB Freeman to practice squad

The Buffalo Bills have signed veteran running back DEVONTA FREEMAN to the practice squad following the news that rookie ZACK MOSS would be out for the remainder of the season. TheMore New York Giants waived Freeman from injured reserve just last Thursday after he spent much of the season dealing with hamstring, ankle, and Covid-19 issues. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jan
13

Seahawks part ways with OC Schottenheimer

The Seattle Seahawks announced on Tuesday that they have parted ways with offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer. Schottenheimer spent the last three seasons as the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator, with Seattle ranking inMore the top nine in the NFL in scoring all three years. The Seahawks scored 459 points this season, the most in team history. Unfortunately, the Seahawks offense sputtered down the stretch and the team decided to move on from Schottenheimer after citing “philosophical differences”. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Jan
13

Bears DC Pagano retires

The Chicago Bears announced on Tuesday that defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano is retiring. The Bears had a dominant defense in 2018 under former DC Vic Fangio, but they morphed into aMore very average unit last season under Pagano. The Bears allowed 23.1 points per game this season (14th in the league) after leading the NFL in fewest points allowed the year prior. Less

Source: Chicago Sun-Times

Jan
12

Key Rams players day-to-day

Los Angeles Rams quarterback JOHN WOLFORD (stinger), wide receiver COOPER KUPP (bursitis), and star defensive lineman AARON DONALD (rib) are all considered “day-to-day” following injuries sustained in the team’s win overMore the Seattle Seahawks last weekend. Head coach Sean McVay again said that he will not name a starting quarterback for Saturday’s game against the Green Bay Packers. JARED GOFF came on in relief of an injured Wolford against Seattle, but Goff is still recovering from a thumb injury of his own. Less

Source: Team Website

Jan
12

Cowboys hire Dan Quinn as new defensive coordinator

The Dallas Cowboys hired former Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn to be their new defensive coordinator on Monday. Quinn replaces former coordinator Mike Nolan, who was in charge of a defense that allowed the most points in the Cowboys’ 61-year history.

Source: Dallas Morning News

Jan
12

Bills RB Moss to miss remainder of postseason

Buffalo Bills rookie running back ZACK MOSS suffered an ankle injury against the Indianapolis Colts that will end his season. Head coah Sean McDermott confirmed that Moss will be out forMore the remainder of the postseason after a Colts player landed awkwardly on Moss. With Moss out, the Bills could use six-year veteran T.J. YELDON in a backup role behind DEVIN SINGLETARY. Less

Source: Team Blog

Jan
12

Eagles fire head coach Pederson

The Philadelphia Eagles fired head coach Doug Pederson on Monday. Pederson led the Eagles to the franchise’s first Super Bowl in 2017, but the team fell far short of expectations afterMore a disastrous 2020 season. Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said the decision came down to what lies ahead, rather than Pederson’s past accomplishments. Less

Source: NFL.com

Jan
12

Stefanski likely to coach Browns vs. Kansas City

Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski expects to return for the team’s divisional-round playoff matchup against Kansas City this weekend. Stefanski missed Cleveland’s playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers and hasMore been out since testing positive for Covid-19 last week. Stefanski said on Monday that he should be “back in the building” on Thursday. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Jan
11

Roethlisberger sets franchise records but throws 4 interceptions in loss

Pittsburgh quarterback BEN ROETHLISBERGER set two franchise playoff records in Sunday’s playoff game against the Cleveland Browns, attempting 68 passes for 501 yards. Roethlisberger also threw 4 touchdown passes in theMore game, but it was his 4 interceptions that doomed the Steelers playoff hopes. Three of Big Ben’s interceptions came in the first half. Less

Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Jan
11

Kamara, Thomas return to lead Saints

New Orleans running back ALVIN KAMARA returned after missing last week’s game due to a positive coronavirus test, and he helped lead the Saints to a playoff victory over the ChicagoMore Bears. Kamara topped 100 combined rushing and receiving yards while adding a touchdown in the win. Meanwhile, wide receiver MICHAEL THOMAS also returned to action after being activated from injured reserve. Thomas has dealt with a high ankle issue for much of the season, but he returned to add a touchdown to go along with 5 catches for 73 yards. Less

Source: New Orleans Times-Picayune

Jan
11

Ravens defense shuts down Titans RB Henry

The Baltimore Ravens defense held the NFL’s leading rusher, Tennessee Titans running back DERRICK HENRY, to his lowest rushing total of the season in Sunday’s playoff victory. Baltimore’s defense stifled Henry, holding him to 40 yards on 18 carries.

Source: Team Website

Jan
11

Brady, Fournette lead Bucs to playoff win

Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY led the Bucs to their first playoff victory since winning Super Bowl 37 way back in 2003. Brady helped his fantasy owners with 2 touchdowns andMore 381 passing yards against the Washington Football Team. Running back LEONARD FOURNETTE played his best game with the Bucs, scoring a touchdown and totaling 132 scrimmage yards. Fournette got the call with fellow rushers RONALD JONES (quad) and LESEAN MCCOY (illness) sidelined. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times

Jan
11

Rams QB Goff replaces injured Wolford in playoff win

The Los Angeles Rams decided to start quarterback JOHN WOLFORD in Saturday’s playoff game against the Seattle Seahawks, with JARED GOFF still recovering from thumb surgery. Unfortunately for the Rams, WolfordMore was knocked from the game with a neck injury and Goff was needed to finish the game. While his fantasy numbers were nothing to write home about, his progress after thumb surgery is encouraging. Less

Source: NFL.com

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