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Brady Henderson ESPN 

Left tackle Duane Brown becomes the latest Seahawk to be added to the NFC Pro Bowl roster. He replaces Philadelphia's Lane Johnson, who's unavailable with the Eagles playing in the Super Bowl. Brown played in 10 games in 2017, missing the first six while holding out before he was traded to Seattle from Houston. The Seahawks now have seven players who were either named to the Pro Bowl initially or added as alternates. Quarterback Russell Wilson, tight end Jimmy Graham, middle linebacker Bobby Wagner and free safety Earl Thomas were original selections while wide receiver Doug Baldwin and defensive lineman Michael Bennett were injury replacements. Graham and Wagner have opted out of the game, citing injuries.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The NFL has extended 125 invitations to fill 88 slots for this weekend's Pro Bowl, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. Of the 37 players to turn down offers, 10 are playing in the Super Bowl. The 125 invites are tied for the second-most in Pro Bowl history, behind the record of 133 in 2014, and illustrate the recent effort required to attract players to the game.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner said he sensed "excitement and nervousness'' during his brief meeting with Cam Newton over the changes coming to the Carolina offense.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

New Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said he had an "in-depth conversation" with WR Larry Fitzgerald but Fitzgerald didn't say whether or not he's playing in 2018. But Wilks added he'd "love" to have Fitzgerald back.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner said his son, Scott, the new Panthers' quarterbacks coach, will spend more time with Cam Newton on the individual things. Being able to work with somebody that he was "on the same page with'' philosophically also was a part of Turner's decision to come to Carolina.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Two things convinced Norv Turner Carolina was the right place for him: Coach Ron Rivera and his past relationship with him and general manager Marty Hurney; and the opportunity to get with a good team with a good quarterback that is not rebuilding.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner when asked if Cam Newton throws off his back foot too much: “Cam has great confidence in his arm. Sometimes he holds the ball to keep a play alive and there isn't a lot room to step up.'' But yes, he wants to work on that.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner on Panthers' offense in general: "This is a talented group of young guys.''

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Norv Turner said there are some "technique things we'll zero in on with Cam'' Newton. Do things to help him get the ball out quicker. "That helps the protection and helps out everybody,'' he added.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

New Panthers offensive coordinator Norv Turner on Cam Newton: “He's incredible as a runner. He's just amazing player at that position.'' Says that running will be a part of the game plan depending on who the team is playing.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

New Cardinals coach Steve Wilks takes a seat alongside GM Steve Keim while president Michael Bidwill introduces Wilks.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

South Dakota State TE on plays his team ran similar to Chiefs TE Travis Kelce

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Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles have had the flea flicker they used Sunday night in their playbook "forever," OC Frank Reich said today. They finally ran it. In talking with head coach Doug Pederson the night before, during the staff's weekly "first 15 plays" meeting, Reich first realized the play would be used. Pederson was committed that night to being aggressive offensively versus the Vikings.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings announce they have signed practice squad wide receiver Cayleb Jones to a reserve/futures contract. The team did the same with Cedrick Lang, Dieugot Joseph, Caushaud Lyons, Ifeadi Odenigbo, Antwione Williams and Horace Richardson.

Dane Beavers ESPN.com 

Wearing a boot on his left foot, former Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph said on Tuesday in Mobile, Alabama, that he expects to be fine for the NFL combine next month and plans to fully participate in drills. He called his injury a "mid-foot sprain," and will be in the boot another week. Rudolph, the No. 5-ranked QB in the Class of 2018 by both Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr., isn't participating in on-field workouts at the Senior Bowl but is doing interviews with NFL teams and taking part in classroom sessions with the South team, which is coached by the Texans.