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If the Jets plan to make a third consecutive AFC Championship appearance next season, they have a lot of pieces left to complete the puzzle.
The lockout has put a damper on coordinators across the league who can't get their players acclimated with a playbook. And in Kansas City, Matt Cassel is working with a new coordinator--again.
Changes in the kickoff have thrown a wrench in the Bears' stellar return game. And now that Lovie Smith can't touch base with his quarterback, and the Bears' president has volunteered to open his books, this offseason has turned into anything but quiet.
There are questions at both QB and WR in Cincinnati, but owner Mike Brown believes he's answered the question under center. That leaves receiver, where a bright up-and-comer from Georgia could fill the void.
Pete Carroll has decisions to make at a few positions in Seattle that could involve pay cuts or releasing players, and no decision is receiving more attention than the one under center.
It's public knowledge that Bears RB Matt Forte deserves more than the $600,000 he's getting paid this year, but the argument can be made that Forte is the most valuable back in the NFL right now.
Asante Samuel leads Eagles CBs in tackles and interceptions, yet he was planned to be the odd man out when Nnamdi Asomugha and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie were added. So does he have a right to be angry?
Speculation increases that Colts GM Chris Polian isn't fit for a position he received with help from his father, Colts Vice Chairman Bill Polian. PFW's own father-son duo report the story.
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced Tuesday that head coach Jack Del Rio has been fired and Wayne Weaver has agreed to sell the team. But will the Jaguars stay put in Jacksonville?
Jeff Fisher met with the Dolphins on Monday and will meet with the Rams this week. The week starts with five coaching vacancies, and Fisher isn't the only veteran who could fill one of those spots.
The Bears mutually parted ways with offensive coordinator Mike Martz and general manager Jerry Angelo this week. But as our own Dan Parr says, they shouldn't have stopped there.
Reggie McKenzie is the new Raiders GM, and his first order of business was to let go head coach Hue Jackson. Oakland is looking for a fresh start, but they won't get it in this year's draft.
Mike Mularkey has officially been named the Jaguars new head coach, and he has a to-do list on both sides of the ball, including working with Blaine Gabbert, and possibly working without Mel Tucker.
A few mere hours after Brian Schottenheimer and the Jets parted ways, Tony Sparano joined Rex Ryan and staff as their new offensive coordinator. Is Sparano a good fit with Mark Sanchez in New York?
After being fired by the Rams, Steve Spagnuolo is a top name on the market for defensive coordinator jobs. But he'll be paid through next year--should he take another job, or take a year off?