Injuries and news we’re monitoring around the league on this Week 4 Sunday:
Defensive coordinator Ed Donatell was fired Thursday by the Vikings, who released a statement with head coach Kevin O’Connell explaining the decision.
One might look at the Los Angeles Rams’ post-Super Bowl collapse this season as a harbinger for rebuilding. But Rams general manager Les Snead prefers another word for his approach to the roster in 2023: remodel.
As the Ravens enter an offseason in which Lamar Jackson could be headed for free agency, Baltimore head coach John Harbaugh was emphatic Thursday that the former MVP quarterback was his team’s QB of the future.
NFL.com’s Grant Gordon breaks down five things to watch for when the New York Giants visit the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday during the NFC Divisional Round.
NFL.com’s Nick Shook breaks down five things to watch for when the Jacksonville Jaguars visit the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Round.
Here are the official injury designations for each game during the Divisional Round.
The Patriots might be one step closer toward bringing back an old friend to run the offense. Bill O’Brien, who was New England’s play-caller more than a decade ago, has interviewed for the team’s vacant offensive coordinator position.
Miami has fired defensive coordinator Josh Boyer, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported on Thursday.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday that the signing of kicker Tristan Vizcaino does not take away from their confidence in Brett Maher.
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Baltimore is making a major change with one of its coordinators for a second straight season. The Ravens and offensive coordinator Greg Roman are parting ways following the team’s wild-card loss to the Bengals.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fired offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich after four seasons with the team, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday morning.
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