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2015 Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills
Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
10/25/2015 3:30 AM
Oct 25, 2015
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    AP source: Bills negotiating to sign quarterback McCown (The Associated Press)

    The Buffalo Bills are negotiating to sign veteran free agent Josh McCown to address their long-standing needs at quarterback. The negotiations began after the 35-year-old spent the previous two days visiting the Cleveland Browns. Two weeks ago, McCown spent two days meeting with Bills officials and touring Buffalo. He has also visited Chicago and the New York Jets.


    Sources: Bills eyeing QB Sam Bradford (Yahoo Sports)

    The Bills believe they can win now, but do they have the assets to pull off a deal with a Rams team that has publicly stood by their franchise QB?


    NFL mock draft: Projecting the first two rounds after the combine (Shutdown Corner)

    Connecting the dots on a mock draft three weeks before the start of free agency proves to be difficult, especially with more health and workout information needed on a few key injured draft prospects. But we’ll take a crack with the NFL scouting combine in the rearview mirror and the bulk of the draft information in the tank. Here’s how we think the first two rounds looks as things stand now. 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  — Florida State QB Jameis Winston Head coach Lovie Smith says he’s OK with Winston’s character, which would be the only real roadblock to welcoming him in the building. Offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter won’t have to dig deep in his playbook to find a system that fits Winston’s skills, having coached similar physical types in Byron Leftwich and Matt Ryan in Jacksonville and Atlanta, respectively. The stars are starting to line up for this marriage. [All Draft News, All The Time: Follow Shutdown Draft 365 on Tumblr ] 2. Tennessee Titans — Oregon QB Marcus Mariota Our best comp for Mariota since last fall has been Alex Smith, who has been a good but hardly transcendent quarterback. Mariota’s strong workouts this weekend only reinforce that. Titans OC Jason Michael spent two years as Smith’s QB coach in San Francisco and certainly can draw on that experience to find a way to get the best from Mariota. Are we certain Mariota will go second? No, but the Titans’ lukewarm defense of Zach Mettenberger in Indy makes us think this could happen. Otherwise, the Titans might be open for business at No. 2 if the right team blows them away with a trade offer. 3. Jacksonville Jaguars — USC DT Leonard Williams The Daytona Beach native might be the perfect force player for Gus Bradley’s defense, even if an interior player isn’t the most pressing need. Who cares? Williams might be the cleanest prospect available and could give the Jaguars another horse up front to control the action.


    NFL's Best Coaches 2015 (Rotoworld)

    Patrick Daugherty ranks the league's 25 best coaches, and evaluates 2015's seven new hires.


    Futures Deals (Rotoworld)

    Nick Mensio keeps track of all the reserve/future contracts signed around the NFL.


    Odds stacked against job-seeking QBs at NFL combine (The Associated Press)

    The numbers do not bode well for all the wannabe NFL quarterbacks at the combine this week. Of the 62 QBs picked in the NFL draft this decade, 15 are out of the league and another 24 have spent most of their time on the bench or the practice squad. Among the rest, sure, there is Russell Wilson, who has a Super Bowl ring and was one ill-timed play call from winning another. So, the message for Jameis Winston, Marcus Mariota and the 13 other quarterbacks working out for coaches, scouts and GMs this week is simple: There are plenty of opportunities, but the odds are against you.


    Outside of the top two, can anyone in this QB draft class succeed? (Shutdown Corner)

    INDIANAPOLIS – Baylor quarterback Bryce Petty had a blast at the Senior Bowl. He enjoyed getting out and competing, being around fellow draft prospects, and it was a real treat getting to call a play for the first time. Yep, even with 845 passing attempts over four years at Baylor, he hadn’t called a play. And you wonder why it’s harder for teams to evaluate quarterbacks coming out of college, with so many teams running the no-huddle spread attack. “We were a signal system at Baylor,” Petty said. “I love Baylor. I wouldn’t change it for the world. If I had to go back and do it all again, I’d do it the same exact way. “It’s a learning curve a little bit going from what we were doing at Baylor to where we are now. But it’s all part of the process, so you’ve got to enjoy it.” Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota are the top two quarterbacks in this class (and Mariota has his own spread offense stigmas; he said he hasn’t called a play since high school and when asked what his biggest NFL challenge will be his serious answer was, “For us, it’s going to be huddling”). Then there’s a significant drop to No. 3. [All Draft News, All The Time: Follow Shutdown Draft 365 on Tumblr ] UCLA’s Brett Hundley is considered the third best quarterback in the class. Petty is in the mix for No. 4, along with Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson, but neither looked great at the Senior Bowl. Maybe Hundley sneaks into the end of the first round, but that would be a bit of a surprise. So it’s not a good class, but there’s another thing that has been clear during the combine: There are a lot of teams with quarterback issues. Many of the general managers and coaches who have spoken at the combine have fielded questions about their unsettled quarterback situations. The Buffalo Bills, Cleveland Browns, New York Jets, Chicago Bears, St. Louis Rams, Tennessee Titans, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and many other teams came to the combine with varying levels of uncertainty at quarterback. Even if teams aren’t in love with this quarterback draft class, they need someone to play and there won’t be much available in free agency. The quarterbacks outside of the top two, predictably, don’t share the assessment that this is not a strong quarterback class. “We’re going to have to prove them wrong, too,” Hundley said. “I think not only myself, but we’re all ready to show the nation that we’re better than maybe people think.” There’s no sure thing, though. Petty has talent but played in an offense that won’t resemble what he’ll do in the pros, and it took him a couple days at the Senior Bowl to get comfortable taking snaps from under center because he didn't do that at Baylor either. Hundley had to answer questions about being a quarterback who makes one read and runs. “ If … I need (to be) in the pocket and make all the throws, then I will do that,” Hundley said. “In our offense, sometimes the situation dictated if I didn’t see something, I’m taking off running.” This might not be the best year to be in the market to draft a quarterback, but there are plenty of teams who will be shopping out of necessity. Maybe Hundley, Petty, Grayson or someone else will be a good find for a team who takes a shot on them, but it seems like there will be some patience required as the quarterbacks get used to the pro game. That will be a recurring theme for years to come as more college teams use spread, no-huddle offenses. It'll get harder and harder to find a quarterback who can run a pro-style offense. "You’re evaluating a quarterback who has never called a play in the huddle, never used a snap count," Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said. "They hold up a card on the sideline, he kicks his foot and throws the ball. That ain't playing quarterback. There’s no leadership involved there. Now, there might be leadership on the bench, but when you get them now and they have to use verbiage and they have to spit the verbiage out and use a snap count and change the snap count, they are light years behind. Light years behind." - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab


    Broncos coach Gary Kubiak rounds out his staff (The Associated Press)

    Broncos coach Gary Kubiak has finished building his staff by hiring Marc Lubick as assistant wide receivers coach and Samson Brown as assistant defensive backs coach. Kubiak, who replaced John Fox, has a 22-man staff that includes nine offensive coaches, seven defensive coaches, two special teams coaches and four strength and conditioning coaches. Lubick is the son of longtime Colorado State University coach Sonny Lubick.


    Column: Incognito return figures to draw cheers, too (The Associated Press)

    Richie Incognito is returning to the NFL, and we can only presume he has been properly rehabilitated after an extended absence to think about his locker room misdeeds. The new owner of the Buffalo Bills told us as much in a statement this week announcing the signing of the former chief bully for the Miami Dolphins. ''We are convinced that Richie is prepared to move forward and has and will continue to take the necessary steps to improve himself as a person and a teammate,'' Terry Pegula said. Incognito has had plenty of time to do just that after missing a year and a half of football in the wake of the Dolphins' bullying scandal.


    Phillips still has passion, wit as he begins latest gig (The Associated Press)

    At 67, Wade Phillips has lost neither his passion nor his esprit. Both are on full display, along with his trademark confidence, as he begins his second stint as defensive coordinator of the Denver Broncos. Phillips, who took last year off, said he hasn't gotten his fill of football after working for nine NFL teams since 1976. I was a lousy head coach, but I'm a pretty good defensive coordinator and that's what I do well.