All that talk about an offensive-minded head coach, and yet it appears Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley has risen to the top of the Philadelphia Eagles' list of head-coaching candidates.
Bradley, who interviewed with the team Saturday, will have a follow-up interview on Tuesday with Jeffrey Lurie, Don Smolenski and Howie Roseman, according to CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher.
Bradley becomes the first candidate the Eagles have brought back for a second meeting. They've also talked to Ken Whisenhunt on Monday and have now interviewed 11 candidates in total.
Stay tuned. This thing might be headed into the home stretch.
On to what else is being talked about in the league's most popular division...
From Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News: Troy Aikman is surprised the Cowboys hired Monte Kiffin to run the defense.
An ESPN Insider (paywall) re-draft from 2007 has Dallas settling for Brian Robison in the first round after Anthony Spencer is picked eighth overall by Atlanta.
From Giants 101: David Wilson was the only Giants player to receive All-Pro honors.
From Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News: Chris Snee doesn't know if he's going to have hip surgery or not, but he will play in the Pro Bowl.
CBSSports.com's Jason La Canfora comes down hard on the Eagles for their drawn-out search for a head coach.
But the end might be near, writes Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News.
From Mike Jones of the Washington Post: Robert Griffin III was named offensive rookie of the year by Pro Football Weekly and the Pro Football Writers of America.
CSN Washington's Tarik El-Bashir writes that questions at right tackle persist for the Redskins as the offseason gets underway.