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Predicting the biggest offseason change for every NFL team

Will Tony Romo and Tyrod Taylor still be in Dallas and Buffalo, respectively, when the next season kicks off? NFL Nation reporters predict the biggest offseason changes across the league.

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Comeback player of the year in each NFL division

Jordy Nelson and Cameron Wake recovered from major injuries to have impressive seasons -- at ages 31 and 34, respectively. Here are NFL Nation's picks for comeback players in all eight divisions.

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The most decorated QB group ever in conference championships (1:05)
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1 Big Thing: Brown's post an act of football treason (3:05)
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McConaughey says Redskins need a culture change (1:38)
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Latest Super Bowl 51 odds

Chalk presents the latest odds for all four NFL playoff teams to win Super Bowl 51, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. The New England Patriots are the favorites at 5-4.

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Steelers WR Antonio Brown apologized to coach Mike Tomlin and his teammates Tuesday night. es.pn/2jIGVkV

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown issued this statement on social media regarding the Facebook Live video from Sunday's postgame locker room.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Hardy Nickerson, Jr., son of former Buccaneer great and Illinois defensive coordinator Hardy Nickerson, is following in his father's footsteps in the NFL. After Tuesday's East-West Shrine Game practice, he talked about what it was like being coached by his father last year and the biggest piece of advice given to him.

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The 2008 Arizona Cardinals are the only team since sacks became official (1982) to reach the Super Bowl in a 16-game season without having a player with more than 5 sacks. James Harrison led the Pittsburgh Steelers with 5 sacks. (Via Elias)

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

I was told the Chargers will never use this logo again. It will go down as the shortest-lived logo in sports history.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Following up on Bears OLB coach Clint Hurtt and the Jets: There is no indication that Hurtt will be joining Todd Bowles' staff, a league source confirmed. It was reported elsewhere Jan. 7 that Hurtt was taking a job with the Jets. The team looked into hiring him, but there was never an agreement. The position remains vacant. Hurtt reportedly declined an extension with the Bears.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks associate head coach/offensive line coach Tom Cable is staying in Seattle, according to his agent Doug Hendrickson. Cable interviewed for the 49ers head coaching job on Sunday. Pete Carroll said Monday he is not expecting to make any changes to his staff.

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

The Los Angeles Chargers kickoff event Wednesday at The Forum will feature Chargers chairman Dean Spanos, Chargers head coach Anthony Lynn, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers, Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Los Angeles Rams Executive Vice President of Football Operations/Chief Operating Officer Kevin Demoff, Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett, Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa, Chargers running back Melvin Gordon and Chargers nose tackle Brandon Mebane.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets RG Brian Winters, who signed a four-year, $29 million extension yesterday, said his surgically repaired rotator cuff will need about five to 5 1/2 months of rehab. He had surgery Dec. 23, so the timetable brings him to early June, when the off-season program is winding down. Asked why he signed early instead of testing free agency, Winters said, "I really like what the Jets have going here and wanted to be part of that and continue it. They're the team that gave me my shot."

Arash Markazi ESPN Senior Writer 

A view from the standing room only area at StubHub Center overlooking the football field.

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49ers will request 2nd interview with Falcons OC Kyle Shanahan for after next week championship game, per source. League rules allow 2nd int