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By Darin Gantt

With more quarterbacks than normal available this offseason, it might take the first domino falling to make them all drop in a hurry. And one of the first could be Tony Romo, when/if Dallas releases him (and if he plays nice and allows that). If that happens, a small group of teams who are clearly…
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By Zac Jackson

Patriots Tight Ends Coach Brian Daboll will be the new offensive coordinator at the University of Alabama, ESPN.com’s Chris Low reported Friday. Daboll worked under Alabama coach Nick Saban as a graduate assistant at Michigan State early in his career before moving on to his first stint with the Patriots. He’s been an NFL offensive…
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By Zac Jackson

The Dolphins plan to release veteran offensive tackle Branden Albert, NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported Thursday. Albert, 32, spent the last three seasons with the Dolphins and made his second Pro Bowl in 2015. He played his first six seasons with the Chiefs. The Dolphins drafted Laremy Tunsil in the first round last year and…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs turned to Nick Foles after starting quarterback Alex Smith suffered a head injury during Week Eight of the 2016 season and Foles turned in a strong outing by going 16-of-22 for 223 yards and two touchdowns. Foles got a start the next week amid some confusing injury reporting from the Chiefs about whether…
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By Zac Jackson

The Chiefs announced Monday that Matt Nagy will be the team’s new offensive coordinator and that Brad Childress will be the team’s assistant head coach. Nagy was announced as co-coordinator with Childress before the 2016 season. Prior to that he spent two seasons as the team’s quarterbacks coach. Childress has 18 years of NFL experience…
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By Mike Florio

Six Patriots players and counting have declared that they’ll be skipping the annual White House trip for Super Bowl champions. One future Hall of Famer who never had a chance to play for the right to visit the President believes that all players should go. “If they don’t want to go, that’s their right,” former…
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By Mike Florio

Last year, the Chiefs paid safety Eric Berry $10.8 million for one year under the franchise tag. This year, it’s still not known whether the two sides will find a way to continue the relationship. Berry insists that he won’t play under the franchise tag in 2017. At a 20-percent increase over his 2016 pay,…
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By Curtis Crabtree

Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey said he has had positive conversations with safety Eric Berry’s representatives regarding a new contract after Berry played the 2016 season on the franchise tag. Berry’s agent, Chad Speck, doesn’t characterize the talks in quite such a way. Speck said in a tweet that he wouldn’t call the talks “positive”…
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