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C.J. Anderson rushed 23 times for 123 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' Divisional Round win over the Cowboys.

Stunningly, Anderson out-carried Todd Gurley 23-16, though Gurley did play more snaps. Gurley also got more involved as the game wore on. Big and bulky, Anderson was simply punishing a Cowboys defense that was excellent against the run this season. It helped that his offensive line was paving massive lanes. Although coach Sean McVay told the FOX booth that Gurley's limited usage was more of a "cardio" issue than anything else, it is safe to say that CJA is officially a part of the offense. He will be a DFS dark horse for the NFC Championship Game.
Jan 12 - 11:34 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, there is a "strong possibility" Rob Gronkowski will retire this offseason.

Gronkowski nearly called it quits last offseason before returning for a ninth season in Foxboro. Clearly diminished by years of injuries, the 29-year-old hasn't been the same player in 2018 and is apparently eyeing a post-football career as a movie star in Hollywood. The WWE also remains a possibility for Gronk, though according to Rapoport, he's much more likely to pursue acting. Arguably the greatest tight end ever during his prime, Sunday's AFC title match in Kansas City could very well be Gronk's final game in the NFL.
Jan 20 - 12:34 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Cowboys are expected to hire Jon Kitna as QBs coach.

The Cowboys' current QBs coach is Kellen Moore, though it appears Moore will be promoted to offensive coordinator in place of Scott Linehan, who was fired last week. Kitna has never coached in the NFL, though he has experience at the high school level and was going to serve as the OC for the AAF's San Diego Fleet before the Cowboys' job opened up. He's also familiar with the organization having spent four of his 17 NFL seasons with Dallas. Assuming he gets the job, Kitna will be tasked with getting the most out of franchise quarterback Dak Prescott.
Jan 20 - 12:31 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms "multiple teams" are interested in signing free agent RB Kareem Hunt.

This echoes a similar report filed by NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Hunt is facing a lengthy suspension for multiple off-field discretions, most notably a physical altercation with a woman outside his Cleveland hotel last February. His punishment should be decided before free agency opens in March and according to Schefter, the 23-year-old shouldn't struggle for interest on the open market. Bears coach Matt Nagy has already said he'd be open to reuniting with Hunt, who he coached while serving as the Chiefs' offensive coordinator in 2017. The league's leading rusher last season, Hunt has undergone daily anger management counseling since late November and teams have reportedly been pleased by the progress he's made. Schefter was told by one league source that Hunt will return to the NFL "sooner rather than later," though he'll need to be reinstated from the commissioner's exempt list before that can happen.
Jan 20 - 12:14 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cowboys will consider promoting QBs coach Kellen Moore to offensive coordinator.

Moore joins TEs coach Doug Nussmeier as one of the leading in-house candidates to replace Scott Linehan, who was let go on Friday. The Cowboys have also been linked to Georgia OC James Coley. A Boise State product, Moore spent six seasons in the league as a backup quarterback including three with Dallas before joining the coaching ranks last season. If Moore takes over as offensive coordinator, Dallas could tap Jon Kitna, another former Cowboy, as QBs coach.
Jan 20 - 10:19 AM

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports the Rams will explore a contract extension for coach Sean McVay this offseason.

McVay signed a five-year deal when he joined Los Angeles in 2017 and the Rams are determined to do whatever they can to keep him long-term. The 32-year-old Jon Gruden disciple has quickly transformed the Rams, who were an afterthought under Jeff Fisher, into a perennial title contender. McVay's league-wide impact has been reflected in this year's coaching hires with former assistants Matt LaFleur and Zac Taylor both landing top jobs.
Source: CBS Sports
Jan 20 - 10:05 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Eric Berry (heel) will likely undergo surgery this offseason.

Berry is dealing with a rare heel condition called Haglund's deformity. The injury has limited him to just two games this season, though the All-Pro safety plans to gut it out against New England in Sunday's AFC title game. Berry should see plenty of Rob Gronkowski in that matchup.
Jan 20 - 9:59 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Bengals are considering former Raiders and Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio for their defensive coordinator opening.

Del Rio spent last year out of the league after being fired by Oakland at the end of 2017. The 55-year-old has probably worn out his welcome as a head coach, though he still has juice as a D coordinator. Marvin Lewis took over defensive coordinator duties after Teryl Austin's midseason firing last year, only to be fired himself two months later. Cincinnati's defense was a train wreck in 2018, finishing dead-last in both yards and passing yards allowed. Zac Taylor will be announced as the Bengals' head coach as soon as the Rams wrap up their season.
Jan 20 - 9:32 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Chiefs could use the franchise tag on impending free agent OLB Dee Ford.

With Ford headed for free agency, keeping him on the franchise tag is a no-brainer for Kansas City. The 2014 first-rounder enjoyed a breakout year this season, totaling 13 sacks and a league-leading seven forced fumbles while earning PFF's No. 2 pass-rushing grade among 3-4 outside linebackers. Ford's projected salary under the franchise tag would be around $15.6 million.
Jan 20 - 9:08 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs will look to sign Tyreek Hill to a long-term contract extension this offseason.

Per Rapsheet, Kansas City is also looking to lock up pass-rusher Chris Jones. Hill is set to hit free agency in 2020, though the Chiefs are hoping to avoid that by striking a long-term deal. The 2016 fifth-rounder began his career as a gadget player but has quickly graduated to elite status, emerging as arguably the league's top deep threat. Hill's 1,479 receiving yards this year were the most in team history. The Chiefs have cap room to spare with MVP front-runner Patrick Mahomes still on his rookie deal and could make Hill one of the highest-paid receivers in football. That honor is currently held by Odell Beckham, who cashed in with a five-year, $95 million mega-deal last summer.
Jan 20 - 8:48 AM

ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Ravens and coach John Harbaugh have agreed in principle to a contract extension.

Harbaugh has one year remaining on his current deal, but the Ravens will still assuredly lock him up for the foreseeable future after he became a hot commodity following the team's Wild Card loss to the Chargers. Harbaugh has been at the helm for Baltimore since initially replacing Brian Billick in 2008. This pending extension ensures Harbaugh stays head coach despite the plethora of changes in and out of the front office around him over the past 12 months.
Jan 19 - 2:55 PM

Cameron Brate had arthroscopic surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip.

He's expected to miss a "few months." Brate played through the injury for most of the year but didn't sit any games. The Bucs are hoping to have Brate for the start of June's minicamp.
Source: ESPN
Jan 19 - 9:35 AM

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