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Report: Browns hire Todd Monken as offensive coordinator

The Browns have agreed to terms with Todd Monken to become their new offensive coordinator, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. Monken will join Freddie Kitchens’ staff after three seasons in Tampa Bay. The Bucs finished third in yards and 12th in points this season with Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback. Monken, 52, [more]

Gary Kubiak still wants to be an offensive coordinator, could go to Jaguars

New Broncos head coach Vic Fangio surprised the NFL world by deciding not to hire Gary Kubiak as his offensive coordinator, and now Kubiak is looking for work elsewhere. Kubiak wants to be an offensive coordinator and the Jaguars are interested in bringing him in, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The news that Kubiak was [more]

Nathaniel Hackett interviewing with the Packers

Nathaniel Hackett is making a lap through the NFC North. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Hackett is interviewing with the Packers for “a top offensive job.” Of course, new head coach Matt LaFleur will have the top offensive job, so even if it carries a coordinator title it might not have the [more]

Report: Jaguars, Fournette meet to clear the air, move forward

Running back Leonard Fournette is expected back with the Jaguars. The Jaguars recently met with the running back to “clear the air and move forward together for 2019,” Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. The meeting with executive vice president Tom Coughlin and other team brass went well, per Rapoport, and “things are headed in [more]

Todd Monken moves on to offensive coordinator interviews

Todd Monken interviewed for a couple of head coaching openings, but it appears that the former Buccaneers offensive coordinator’s best hope for a 2019 NFL job is going to be a lateral move. Monken interviewed with the Jets, who hired Adam Gase, and the Bengals since the end of the regular season. He is now [more]

Thomas Rawls signs with Jaguars

The Jaguars have added an experienced running back to their offseason roster. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that they have signed Thomas Rawls. Rawls appeared in one game for the Bengals during the 2018 season after signing with them in September. He was with the Jets for training camp and the preseason, but failed [more]

Report: Perry Fewell to interview with Panthers for secondary coaching job

The Carolina Panthers are set to interview Perry Fewell for a position coaching the team’s secondary on Wednesday, according to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer. Fewell was let go by the Jacksonville Jaguars last week after spending the last two seasons as the team’s defensive backs coach. Fewell spent one seasons as a defensive [more]

Report: Jaguars interviewing Darrell Bevell for offensive coordinator Tuesday

The Jaguars are set to meet with a candidate to run their offense on Tuesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that former Vikings and Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will interview for the same position in Jacksonville. Bevell, who emerged as a candidate at the end of the regular season, is slated to meet [more]

Four more spots of draft order set, Raiders know another of theirs

With the wild card games in the books, we know four more spots in the 2019 NFL Draft order. And the Raiders are beginning to visualize more of their long-term plan. The losers of the most recent games will occupy the 21st through 24th spots in order, with the Seahawks, Ravens, Texans, and Bears falling [more]

Tom Flores, Richard Seymour make Hall of Fame finalists list for first time

Coach Tom Flores and defensive lineman Richard Seymour are Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the first time. They made the list for the Class of 2019, along with three first-year eligible players. The Hall of Fame announced the list of finalists Thursday night and to no ones surprise cornerback Champ Bailey, tight end [more]

Calais Campbell: We still have potential to “do something special”

The Jaguars were the biggest flop in the NFL this season as they reversed their move from worst to first in 2017 with a last place finish in the AFC South. Jacksonville opted for continuity with head coach Doug Marrone and in the front office in the face of that drop, which would seem to [more]

Report: Jaguars to interview Darrell Bevell for offensive coordinator

The Falcons aren’t the only team set to interview Darrell Bevell. The Jaguars also are expected to meet with Bevell about their open offensive coordinator position, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports. Jacksonville fired Nathaniel Hackett during the season. The Jaguars are expected to have a new quarterback next season, moving on from Blake [more]

Jaguars fire more assistants

Doug Marrone kept his job, but many of his assistants won’t. Besides firing running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley on Monday, the Jaguars also parted ways with defensive backs coach Perry Fewell, offensive line coach Pat Flaherty and defensive line coach Marion Hobby, Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Jacksonville fired offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett [more]

Report: Jaguars fire RBs coach Tyrone Wheatley

The Jaguars fired running backs coach Tyrone Wheatley on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. Jacksonville continues its offensive overhaul after firing offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett at midseason. Wheatley’s departure is not a surprise given Tom Coughlin’s statement, calling running backs Leonard Fournette and T.J. Yeldon “disrespectful” and “selfish” for their behavior during Sunday’s [more]

Fournette will fight, could win, grievance of guaranteed money

The Jaguars made the first move in a $7.1 million game of chess, voiding the remaining guarantees in running back Leonard Fournette‘s contract and forcing Fournette to file a grievance aimed at challenging his status. Fournette will have 50 days to file the non-injury grievance, pursuant to Article 43 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement. And [more]

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