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PFT Planet: Is Adam Gase a good match for Colin Kaepernick?

Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from fans around PFT Planet that includes what’s next for Washington at their defensive coordinator position, the ongoing coaching search in Atlanta, the possible match-in-the-making between Colin Kaepernick and Adam Gase and more.

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Bills announce Greg Roman as offensive coordinator

Rex Ryan has himself an offensive coordinator. The Bills announced Tuesday that Greg Roman will run the offense in Buffalo for Ryan. Reports that Roman would be joining Ryan in Buffalo cropped up a short time after word that Ryan would be remaining in the AFC East, so the announcement comes with as little surprise…

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Could Peyton play elsewhere in 2015?

With the Broncos and coach John Fox engaging in the most recent NFL “mutual parting,” the biggest question moving forward is whether the Broncos and quarterback Peyton Manning will have a “mutual parting,” too. Manning, who abhors change, may not want to return — if he decides to keep playing.  The Broncos, who may have…

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Greg Roman deal with Buffalo finalized

Now that the Bills have a head coach, they’re moving quickly to assemble a staff around him. As expected, the Bills have finalized a deal with former 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman for the same job there. According to Alex Marvez of FOX Sports, the deal has been finished and will be signed tomorrow. Roman took…

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Monday morning one-liners

Bills fans had some positive early reactions to Rex Ryan’s imminent hiring as head coach. What lessons should the Dolphins learn from the playoffs? When the ball came out quickly on Saturday, the Patriots Offense was hard to stop. The Jets will get a new view of Rex Ryan in 2015. Ravens LT Eugene Monroe…

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Report: Greg Roman expected to join Rex Ryan in Buffalo

The inability to develop a quarterback and a consistent offensive attack helped Rex Ryan lose his job with the Jets at the end of the regular season, which means he’s fully aware of the problems that could arise if the Bills follow the same script under his tutelage. With the benched EJ Manuel at the…

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Friday morning one-liners

What will it cost the Bills to keep DE Jerry Hughes? The Dolphins announced a number of future signings. Patriots RB Jonas Gray is looking forward to making his playoff debut against his former employers. Former Jets C Kevin Mawae didn’t make the list of Hall of Fame finalists. Ravens C Jeremy Zuttah will be…

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Colin Kaepernick to train with Kurt Warner this offseason

Colin Kaepernick has lined up a two-time All-Pro quarterback and Super Bowl MVP to train with this offseason. According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, Kaepernick will work out with Kurt Warner and quarterback coach Dennis Gile in the Phoenix area in hopes of refining his game. Kaepernick will study film and work on…

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Greg Roman to interview with Jaguars for OC job

While his star isn’t as bright as it was a year ago, former (for all practical purposes) 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman is still getting plenty of interest. According to Ryan O’Halloran of the Florida Times-Union, Roman will interview with the Jaguars later this week for their offensive coordinator opening. The Bills have also asked…

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49ers could have a problem with Kaepernick

That team-friendly contract signed by quarterback Colin Kaepernick in June binds the player to the team through 2020, but gives the team the ability after any, and every, given year to move on.  Kaepernick possibly will be hoping that the team takes advantage of that power, sooner than later. Kaepernick, according to comments from Laura Okmin…

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Thursday morning one-liners

Many are already thinking about Frank Reich as a possibility for the Bills head coaching job. Do the Dolphins have a leadership void? Patriots QB Tom Brady had some fun with his coach last night. The Jets are keeping QB Matt Simms. Ravens CB Lardarius Webb is picking up his game just in time. The Bengals…

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Wednesday morning one-liners

Is Bills coach Doug Marrone making a play for more power in Buffalo? Dolphins LT Branden Albert is making progress in rehabbing after knee surgery. If the offensive line doesn’t hold up, the Patriots could fall short of the Super Bowl. Jon Gruden thinks the Jets made a mistake by firing Rex Ryan. Ravens coach…

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Tuesday morning one-liners

Bills WR Robert Woods said he wasn’t surprised by QB Kyle Orton’s retirement. An argument against the Dolphins parting ways with WR Mike Wallace. A week off should be good for the health of the Patriots. Former Jets coach Rex Ryan capped a “rough” day by watching his son’s Clemson team rout Oklahoma. Ravens WR…

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49ers send Jim Harbaugh out with a win

By all accounts, Jim Harbaugh is done as the head coach with the 49ers but he got a Gatorade shower and a game ball before he left. Harbaugh’s players drenched him at the end of a 20-17 win over the Cardinals and defensive back Craig Dahl gave the coach the ball after he picked off…

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Frank Gore excited about future of 49ers, and his own

For an aging running back on a team full of uncertainty, Frank Gore is confident. In his own future, as well as the future of his quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Gore told Mindi Bach of that after a conversation with 49ers General Manager Trent Baalke, that he had a clearer picture of his role with…

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