PFT Live: Allen Robinson, Travis Benjamin, Chad Greenway

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When Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway was last a guest with Mike Florio on PFT Live, he talked about the intimidation factor that came with facing the Packers.

That didn’t seem to provide much of an obstacle for the Vikings in Green Bay last Sunday night as they beat the Packers 20-13 to win the NFC North and earn a home game against the Seahawks this weekend. Greenway will be back on PFT Live Tuesday and we’ll see if he thinks the NFC champs from the last two years bring any of that factor with them among other thoughts about the upcoming game.

The Browns aren’t in the playoffs this year and they’re again looking for a new coach and General Manager, something Florio will be talking about with wide receiver Travis Benjamin. Quarterback Johnny Manziel’s name will likely come up during the conversation as well.

Jaguars wide receiver Allen Robinson rounds out Tuesday’s guest list after completing a very strong second NFL season. We’ll hear what he thinks the Jags need to do to take a step forward in 2016.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app.

 

ProFootballTalk: Why are Colts prolonging their decision on Chuck Pagano?

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Mike Florio and Rodney Harrison discuss the surprising news that the Colts have not made decisions yet on coach Chuck Pagano or GM Ryan Grigson. Are they worried about letting Pagano go and having him succeed elsewhere?

ProFootballTalk: What should Patriots be most concerned about?

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The Patriots only have two wins since Thanksgiving and didn’t put forth a strong effort against the Dolphins in Week 17. Can they get healthy and turn it around in the playoffs with a possible trip to Denver looming?

ProFootballTalk: Niners should have never hired Jim Tomsula

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The firing of coach Jim Tomsula after one season shows he should have never been hired in the first place, says Mike Florio. So, who should take over the job of turning around the Niners, which have a depleted roster?

Is Ryan Grigson or Chuck Pagano to blame for Colts’ problems?

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The Colts are expected to move on from head coach Chuck Pagano and Jim Irsay is looking to land a big name, like a Nick Saban, but Mike Florio isn’t sure a big name will want to deal with GM Ryan Grigson.

Peyton Manning PED report the perfect distraction for Denver’s QB saga

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After Peyton Manning has made many headlines for being included in a PED report, it has glossed over the fact that he says he’s ready to play but the Broncos are sticking with Brock Osweiler under center.

Patriots’ cheating persona has opponents scuffling

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The allegations and aura of cheating the Patriots now maintain has opponents worrying about things they shouldn’t be bothered by, which takes away time to plan for Tom Brady and the rest of the team.

Path clear for Chip Kelly to head to Tennessee Titans

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The shock wasn’t that Chip Kelly was fired, but it was the timing with when he was axed in Philadelphia and Mike Florio now speculates about the coach’s future giving his odds on if a reunion with Marcus Mariota looms.

PFT Live: Jeffrey Lurie press conference, Eagles talk with Ray Didinger

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The Eagles fired coach Chip Kelly on Tuesday after less than three seasons with the team and that will be a major topic on Wednesday’s edition of PFT Live.

We’ll listen in on Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie’s press conference about the decision to part ways with the man he handed the keys to the franchise last offseason. Ray Didinger of CSN Philly will also join us during the show to discuss the presser and where the Eagles are headed after shaking up the franchise.

Titans radio analyst Frank Wycheck will join Mike Florio during the show as well. Kelly’s new status as a coaching free agent and his relationship with Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota will be a topic as the Titans will likely be moving on from interim coach Mike Mularkey once Week 17 comes to a close.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app.

Al Jazeera reporter stresses no allegation made against Peyton Manning

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Maybe everyone should have made no comment when asked about the Al Jazeera report. Now the reporter is claiming no allegations were being made against Peyton Manning and Mike Florio weighs in on this new development.

Cincinnati Bengals probably wont end their playoff win drought in 2015

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The Bengals are 4-10 in primetime games since 2011 and after an overtime loss to the Broncos in Week 16, Mike Florio wonders if this team is really ready to take that next step and win a game in the playoffs.

If Sean Payton leaves the New Orleans, would Drew Brees follow?

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Drew Brees says he can’t envision himself playing for a different franchise or for a different coach, but the quarterback holds the leverage in contract negations with the Saints which could make a return improbable if the team doesn’t see things his way.

PFT Live: Drew Brees, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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Tuesday’s PFT Live will feature a conversation about Drew Brees’ future with the Saints with someone with great insight into what the quarterback is thinking as a disappointing season comes to a close.

That person would be Brees himself. He’ll join Mike Florio on the show for a chat about several topics, including his feeling that he will remain with the team along with coach Sean Payton. They’ll also talk about the injuries that have hindered Brees this season and more during his visit to the show.

In addition to Brees’ visit, Florio will have the latest on the big stories around the league as we get closer to the end of the regular season.

As always, we also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app.