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Trending Now: A.J. McCarron to Start for Bengals in Playoffs

Posted January 8th, 2016 @ 2:48pm

-A.J. McCarron will start at quarterback for the Bengals for Saturday night's playoff game against the Steelers. Andy Dalton is still recovering from his hand injury.

-Raiders defensive star Khalil Mack has made NFL history, earning first-team selection on the Associated Press All-Pro Team at two positions, defensive end and linebacker.
-Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams (ankle) will miss Saturday's playoff game at Cincinnati.
-The Chargers have extended head coach Mike McCoy's contract through 2017.
-The Buccaneers will interview Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott and Cardinals offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin for their head coaching vacancy.
-Updated: Contrary to a report by the Philadelphia Daily News, Jon Gruden says he is not interested in the Eagles head coaching vacancy.
-Wall Street Journal: Former St. Louis Cardinals scouting director Chris Correa will plead guilty to criminal charges stemming from an FBI Investigation into the hacking of the Astros computer network and player information database.
-The 15 finalists from the Pro Football Hall of Fame were announced. The list is highlighted by quarterbacks Brett Favre and Kurt Warner. 
-Philadelphia Daily News: former coach turned broadcaster Jon Gruden has let the Eagles know he is interested in their head coaching vacancy.
-Comcast Sports Net Bay Area: The San Francisco 49ers have met with former Eagles head coach Chip Kelly about their head coaching vacancy.
-UCLA upset #7 Arizona 87-84. Bryce Alford hit a game winning 3-pointer with 1.8 seconds to play to win it for the Bruins.
-#5 Michigan State, #15 SMU, #16 Louisville and #20 Purdue all won. SMU improved to 14-0 joining South Carolina as the only remaining undefeated teams.
-The Panthers downed the Senators 3-2. Florida extended its winning streak to 11 in a row. 

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