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Nelson Agholor performed well enough in Baltimore to earn a new contract from the Ravens, even though the New England Patriots are still looking for playmaking receivers.

LANDS CONTRACT EXTENSION FOR PATRIOTS EX NELSON AGHOLOR ON FEB. 19 -With the re-signing of former New England Patriots receiver Nelson Agholor to a one-year agreement on Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens got their free agency proceedings underway.

Agholor, 31, signed a $26 million contract with New England two years prior to his Baltimore debut, during which time he gained 835 yards.

Agholor’s tendency to score and finish possessions in enemy territory (scoring four of five touchdowns in the red zone) afforded him some redemption after his Foxborough woes, even though he was far from lighting up the stat sheet in Charm City (381 yards). Agholor would have been a free agent officially on Monday if there hadn’t been an extension.

Jan. 26: On Sunday, the Patriots will have an in-person interview with Rams tight ends coach Nick Calley.This weekend, conference titles will be the focus of attention for everyone in the NFL, but the New England Patriots have invited a well-known individual to talk business.

According to an NFL Network report, Los Angeles Rams tight ends coach Nick Caley, who coached with the Pats from 2015 to 22, will have an interview with the team on Sunday in Foxboro.

Despite joining Bill Belichick’s staff in 2015, he was elevated to the position of tight ends coach for New England in 2017. In 2020, Caley expanded his résumé by taking on the role of fullbacks coach for the squad in addition to his tight ends coaching responsibilities. Caley became a part of Sean McVay’s Los Angeles staff in 2023, taking on the role of tight ends coach.

Along with Caley, candidates for the open position include Josh McDaniels, a former Pat and coach of the Las Vegas Raiders, Zac Robinson of the Rams, Jerrod Johnson of the Houston Texans, Thomas Brown of the Carolina Panthers, Tanner Engstrand of the Detroit Lions, and coach of the pass game for the Houston Texans.

Jan. 24: Targets for Patriots Coaching GERALD ALEXANDER AND DAN PITCHER ARE OFF BOARD AS COORDINATOR CANDIDATES.There are now two fewer possible candidates for the open offensive and defensive coordinator positions with the New England Patriots.

As anticipated, an NFL Network story on Wednesday night stated that Dan Pitcher, the Bengals’ current quarterbacks coach, will take over as offensive coordinator.

Furthermore, according to Cameron Wolfe of NFL Network, the Las Vegas Raiders have hired Gerald Alexander, a former assistant backs coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, to be their safeties coach.

For the two Pats openings under new head coach Jerod Mayo, Pitcher and Alexander had both conducted interviews.

Pitcher has been a Bengals assistant since 2016, and in the last few months, he has become a highly sought-after coaching candidate. Following the Bengals’ 2020 first-round selection of Joe Burrow, the 37-year-old began working primarily with Cincinnati’s wide receivers before being officially designated quarterbacks coach. Pitcher received a large contract deal to stay with the team over the previous offseason due to his excellent work with Burrow. Jake Browning, the Bengals’ backup quarterback who started seven games following Burrow’s season-ending injury, was also greatly aided by Pitcher.

Under head coach Mike Tomlin, Alexander recently finished his second season as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ assistant defensive backs coach. With 20 interceptions in 2022, the Steelers secondary, under his coaching, tied for first place in the League. The 39-year-old worked under former Pats coach Brian Flores as a defensive backs coach for the Miami Dolphins from 2020 to 21 before moving to Steel City.

In order to replace outgoing coordinator Bill O’Brien, who was just appointed to the same role at Ohio State University, New England is aggressively seeking a replacement. For the vacancy, they have previously spoken with Zach Robinson and Nick Caley, the coaches of the Los Angeles Rams.

The Patriots may consider interviewing Tem Lukabu of the Carolina Panthers, Michael Hodges of the New Orleans Saints, Christian Parker of the Denver Broncos, and Tem Lukabu of the Carolina Panthers as potential positional coaches on Mayo’s staff, even though current Patriots defensive line coach DeMarcus Covington is the front-runner for the defensive coordinator job.

DURING WILD CARD WEEKEND, COWBOYS, PACKERS, AND NINERS COULD TIE THE PATRIOTS’ RECORD OF WINS -On Wild Card Weekend, the New England Patriots’ dynasty as the top team in the NFL postseason is about to come to an end.

With their 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII, the Pats set a new league record for the most playoff victories with 37.

Though three of the four teams that trail New England at 36 have the opportunity to catch up this weekend, at least one of them will take over as the league record.

On Sunday, they will be joined by the Dallas Cowboys or the Green Bay Packers, who will play their wild-card game at AT&T Stadium at 4:30 ET.

Additionally, if the Pittsburgh Steelers defeat the Buffalo Bills on Monday at 4:30 ET from Highmark Stadium, they will win their 37th postseason game.

Last but not least, a victory in the divisional round next weekend would grant the San Francisco 49ers—who might be in the best position this season to tie and surpass the Pats record—the right to claim their own.

Since winning the Super Bowl in 2018, New England has not yet experienced a postseason triumph. The Patriots’ next two postseason games were losses, both to the Tennessee Titans in the wild card round (20-13 in 2019) and to the Buffalo Bills in the round of 47-17 in 2021.

However, the Pats’ run of postseason domination won’t end in the next few days or weeks. Under the leadership of head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady, New England earned all but seven of its postseason victories from 2001 to 2019. This two-decade run of success is unlikely to be matched, either in the near or far future.

JEROD MAYO HEAD COACH OFFICIALLY HIRE BY THE PATRIOTS IN JAN. 12; PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED FOR JAN. 17 The New England Patriots made the biggest news in the NFL for the second straight day.

The Patriots started Friday morning by selecting Jerod Mayo as their next coach, following their announcement on Thursday that they were “mutually parting ways with legendary coach Bill Belichick.”

The Pats plan to publicly unveil Mayo as the team’s 15th head coach in franchise history at noon on Wednesday, January 17, following their official social media acknowledgement of his new post.

Current Patriots players are already strongly in favor of New England’s decision to select Mayo, and they have taken to social media to voice their opinions. In order to “lead the team back to the playoffs,” as instructed by team owner Robert Kraft, the Patriots must now assign their new head coach to a general manager.

New England Patriots (4-12) and New York Jets (6-10) will face each other in Week 18 at Gillette Stadium. PATRIOTS DECLARE SIX INACTIVES; JETS LIST SEVEN FOR SEASON-FINALE.

The Pats will be without left tackle Trent Brown (illness), receiver Tyquan Thornton, and—possibly the biggest surprise on the list—quarterback Mac Jones as the shadow of coach Bill Belichick’s future with the team hangs over Foxboro like a persistent snowfall. Bailey Zappe will be backed by Nathan Rourke, a third-string player.

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