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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Ran into former Lions RB coach David Walker at the Senior Bowl. He's now working for Tracking Football as a senior college and NFL analyst. It's an analytical football business using track metrics — if they participated in track — to create athletic scores for football players.

Turron Davenport ESPN 

Titans signed the following players to futures contracts: DE Amani Bledsoe, RB Dalyn Dawkins, LB Nigel Harris, TE Parker Hesse, C Daniel Munyer, DB Kareem Orr, OL David Quessenberry, WR Trevion Thompson, RB Shaun Wilson and QB Logan Woodside. All of the players signed today were part of the Titans practice squad this season.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

From the "on to 2020" department: Senior Bowl practices begin Tuesday and I'm told one Patriots-specific change from many recent years is that some members of the coaching staff are scheduled to be there. This is one of the trickle-down effects of a rare, early playoff exit.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots finished third in Rick Gosselin's annual special teams rankings. When assessing special teams in the past, Bill Belichick has cited the rankings as a measure he respects. The Patriots have been ranked in the top 10 in 14 of Belichick's 20 seasons.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Baylor quarterback Charlie Brewer said new Panthers defensive coordinator Phil Snow will be aggressive just like he was at Baylor under Matt Rhule, Carolina's new head coach: “He'll give you a lot of looks. He'll blitz you from every which direction. He's similar to coach Rhule. He's passionate and real intense. He'll get the best out of his players. He knows what he's doing and he's had success everywhere he's been.''

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Piecing together the Panthers' new staff under coach Matt Rhule. Many were with Rhule at Baylor. Here's a look at those that have been reported: OC – Joe Brady (LSU); DC – Phil Snow (Baylor); Defensive run game coordinator – Al Holcomb (Browns); Defensive line – Mike Phair (Colts); Asst. defensive line -- Frank Okam (Baylor); Cornerbacks – Evan Cooper (Baylor); Wide receivers – Frisman Jackson (Baylor); Director of Football operations – Sean Padden (Baylor).

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

New Panthers DC Phil Snow and his philosophy as he told the team: "Everybody talks about playing hard, but they don't. A lot of people say they do it and they don't even come close. There is a lot of preparation that goes into doing that. So, that's No. 1. No. 2 is how physical you've got to play the game. You can't be good on defense if you are not physical.''

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers finished 26th in Rick Gosselin's annual special-teams rankings. That's a six-spot jump from dead last in the 2018 season. Perhaps the best thing first-year coordintor Shawn Mennenga's units did was reduce penalties. They cut them in half from 26 last season to 13 this past year, fourth fewest in the NFL.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers made official the hiring of former Baylor defensive coordinator Phil Snow as the DC under Matt Rhule. Snow was the DC under Rhule at Temple and Baylor in rebuilding programs. They first were together at UCLA in 2001 where Snow was the DC and Rhule the defensive line coach. That team led the Pac-10 in total defense.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets finished eighth in Rick Gosselin's annual special-teams rankings — a drop from No. 1 in 2018. They slipped, in large part, because of the kicking problem, as Sam Ficken finished 30th in FG percentage. The highlight was Braxton Berrios, who finished second in punt-return average. Gosselin's rankings are widely regarded around the NFL. He ranks each team in 22 different categories to come up with his final ranking.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing suggests the Packers need for another starting receiver more than the fact that opening-day No. 2 Marquez Valdes-Scantling played one snap on Sunday. After his lone 100-yard game in Week 7, he caught just six passes for 44 yards the rest of the season. Here are the offensive snap counts the NFC Championship Game loss at the 49ers.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers' defense was so porous that 49ers RB Raheem Mostert gained 142 of his 220 yards rushing BEFORE contact, including 108 of his 160 yards in the first half. CB Tramon Williams said: "The guy was just gashing us the whole night, and I'm talking about it wasn't little holes, it was huge holes." The 49ers' eight total pass attempts were the third-fewest in a playoff game in the Super Bowl era. Here are the defense of snap counts from Sunday's NFC Championship Game loss:

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers are hiring Steelers executive Samir Suleiman for player negotiators and salary cap management, a league source told ESPN‘s Jeremy Fowler.