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Bradley Roby key to Broncos-Patriots AFC Championship Game | The MMQB with Peter King
Bradley Roby delivered the big blow against the Steelers and now the Broncos corner will play a key role in the AFC title game against the Pats. Plus a look at the NFC championship and five things to watch on Sunday

Blandino confirms what could be new approach to catch rule | ProFootballTalk
Before that epic finish to Saturday night's game between the Packers and Cardinals, Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald made a catch that, under the NFL's formulation of what is and isn't a catch, appeared to be not a catch.

Report: NFL unlikely to make any changes to overtime rules - CBSSports.com
Don't look for the NFL to change its overtime rules this offseason.

NFC Championship Key Matchup: Can Panthers contain Cards' aerial attack? - CBSSports.com
Carson Palmer led what might have been the NFL's best passing offense this season while the Josh Norman-led Panthers defense may also have been the best in the league. Which side will come out on top this Sunday?

10 Intriguing Things: The Broncos' strategy for Gronk, Cards' air attack - CBSSports.com
Championship Weekend is here and there are plenty of individual battles to watch: Brady vs. Manning, Denver's strategy for Gronk, the Cardinals' passing attack vs. Carolina's D, and more.

The simple wisdom of Cardinals coach Bruce Arians - NFL.com
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians is one game away from the Super Bowl, thanks to a high-flying style on the field. Conor Orr examines how Arians masters his simple, brilliant in-game play calling.

Bold predictions: Carson Palmer will falter in Charlotte - NFL.com
It's time for another round of fearless prognostications involving this week's games. Are the Arizona Cardinals destined for Super Bowl 50 or will Carson Palmer falter in Carolina?

Rival DC: Colin Kaepernick a 'nightmare' in Chip's O - NFL.com
One rival defensive coach conceded to NFL Media's Albert Breer that Colin Kaepernick will be a "nightmare" in Chip Kelly's 49ers offense. Find out what other coaches had to say about the Kap-Chip pairing.

Niners fire DC Eric Mangini, offer Curtis Modkins OC job - NFL.com
The Chip Kelly cuts have commenced. The 49ers have fired defensive coordinator Eric Mangini and offered Curtis Modkins the vacant offensive coordinator job.

Seahawks' offense will be back stronger next season
The Seahawks' offense has a lot of potential and they are still very young. They will keep improving and should be a top offense in the NFL next season.

Schneider thinks Lynch ‘leaning to retirement’ | Sportspress Northwest
Although claiming no special knowledge, Seahawks GM John Schneider told 710 ESPN Friday that he's under the impression Marshawn Lynch is considering retirement.

Seahawks GM John Schneider: Jimmy Graham will return in 2016 - seattlepi.com

With the Seahawks out, who are you rooting for in the NFC title game? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
It's been two years since the Seahawks cleaned out their lockers by mid-January, but now local fans have to watch the final three contests of the NFL playoffs without any skin in the game. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Jermaine Kearse doesn't owe Seahawks a hometown discount, nor does he need to state that - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Jermaine Kearse is the latest reminder of why it's not in an NFL player's best interest to publicly address the subject of hometown discounts, whether he's willing to give one or not. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks GM John Schneider under the impression Marshawn Lynch 'leaning towards retirement' - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
'I'm under the impression that's he's leaning towards retirement,' Seahawks general manager John Schneider said about running back Marshawn Lynch on Friday. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

John Schneider firm that Seahawks will bring back Jimmy Graham - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Along with 17 unrestricted free agents and one possibly-retiring running back, tight end Jimmy Graham is among the Seahawks whose future with the team is at least somewhat uncertain. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Todd Wash impresses in Gus Bradley's unorthodox interview process - Jacksonville Jaguars Blog- ESPN
Before being hired as the Jaguars defensive coordinator, Todd Wash sat in on interviews with other candidates, per Gus Bradley's request.

Five Things We Learned From Seahawks GM John Schneider’s Appearance On 710 ESPN Seattle | Seattle Seahawks
Highlights from Seahawks general manager John Schneider's appearance on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Bennett: Playing in Minnesota as cold as ex-wife wanting half
Seahawks defensive end also says a 10 a.m. kickoff two weeks in a row had nothing to do with the Seahawks' slow start last Sunday.

Seahawks’ offseason dominoes will fall behind decision on Lynch’s fate | The News Tribune
Jermaine Kearse won’t accept a hometown discount. Bruce Irvin would.

The Seahawks Warned The Cardinals About Carolina's Turf
The Seahawks could not have possibly had a worse start to their divisional-round loss to the Panthers last week, throwing two picks and allowing two defensive touchdowns and falling behind 21-0 in the first 15 minutes. And, at least to some extent, Pete Carroll blamed the grass.

Seahawks GM: Jimmy Graham will be back - NFL.com
Despite the worst statistical season of his career, Jimmy Graham will be back in Seattle in 2016. Seahawks general manager John Schneider defended the tight end Friday.

Marshawn Lynch of Seattle Seahawks 'leaning toward retirement,' according to GM John Schneider
Seahawks GM John Schneider said Friday that he thinks Marshawn Lynch is "leaning toward retirement."

Marshawn Lynch leaning toward retirement, GM says - NFL.com
Seahawks GM John Schneider said Friday he is under the impression that star running back Marshawn Lynch is leaning toward retirement. Will "Beast Mode" walk away at age 29?