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Jon Axel Gudmundsson had 21 points with four 3-pointers and nine assists as Davidson topped Fordham 74-62
The Kansas City Chiefs have Pro Bowl defensive tackle Chris Jones active for the AFC championship game against the Tennessee Titans.
The Jaguars are being thorough in their search for a new offensive coordinator. In addition to Ben McAdoo and Scott Linehan, Jacksonville will interview former Redskins head coach Jay Gruden for its OC vacancy, as Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network tweets. Gruden, of course, was the first head coach fired this season, with Washington handing him his walking papers in early October. In 5+ seasons with the Redskins, Gruden compiled a 35-50-1 record and led the club to just one playoff appearance, but it was his prior work as the Bengals’ OC that got him the Washington gig in the first place. Gruden, who was a successful quarterback in Louisville and in the Arena Football League, served as Cincinnati’s offensive coordinator from 2011-13. Although his offenses were in the middle of the pack in terms of overall efficiency during that time, the Bengals did improve in points-per-game over each of those three seasons, and in 2013, the team was in the top-10 in points scored and yards-per-game. Quarterback Andy Dalton
There is a belief around NFL circles that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will be calling another city home in 2020 after spending the past two decades in New England. A report earlier on Sunday indicted that the six-time Super Bowl champ will meet with teams in free agency and is “eager” to mentor a young quarterback. Brady himself opened up about the process later in the day and had some interesting thoughts. This seems to fit perfectly with the report we linked above. It’s no longer a foregone conclusion that Brady will finish his career in a Pats uniform. Brady’s comments also come mere hours after he was seen with Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis during Saturday night’s UFC bout in the desert metropolis. We can continue to connect the dots over the next several weeks. But nothing is going to happen on this front until free agency opens in March.
Spoiler alert: The Titans want to keep Derrick Henry. The 2019 rushing champion has carried the Titans to this the AFC Championship Game, and if Tennessee should win and advance to the Super Bowl, Henry will be a big reason why. But the Alabama product is eligible for free agency in March, and we heard last month that the Titans had not had any internal discussions about a new deal for Henry. Since then, Henry has continued to dominate, and he piled up nearly 400 rushing yards in the team’s two playoff wins over New England and Baltimore. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, the Titans want to keep Henry, and they are willing to use the franchise tag if necessary. Of course, the club also wants to retain Ryan Tannehill, so there are some major negotiations looming whenever Tennessee’s season is over. If the Titans cannot work out a long-term deal with either player by the time they are permitted to use the franchise or transition tag on February 25, they can use one tag on Henry and the other on Tannehill to buy the
Witten could continue his football career in New York