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PFT PM Mailbag: Could McDaniel be on hot seat?
Mike Florio opens up the mailbag to examine Mike McDaniel and Chris Grier's futures in Miami, ponder whether he would have Fran Tarkenton or Eli Manning as his quarterback and discuss the greats of NFL media.

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Mike Florio breaks down reports that the Vikings are not willing to give Kirk Cousins a fully guaranteed contract and assesses how much longer the QB can perform at a high level.
Mike Florio opens up the PFT PM mailbag to discuss several topics, including the chances of Jim Harbaugh signing Colin Kaepernick, Deshaun Watson’s massive contract and playoff overtime strategy after Super Bowl LVIII.
With Antonio Pierce making a surprising comment that “we gotta knock the head off the snake” in regard to playing Patrick Mahomes, Mike Florio wonders whether the NFL will address the Raiders before they play the Chiefs.
Mike Florio dives into the uncertainty surrounding the Bears at the signal caller position, including whether they will trade the No. 1 overall pick and keep Justin Fields under center.

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Packers head coach Matt LaFleur fired defensive coordinator Joe Barry last month, and this week LaFleur called that the kind of tough decision that head coaches have to make.
The news that the Dolphins are cutting cornerback Xavien Howard brought out some raw feelings from fellow cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who implied that former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio prevented Ramsey and Howard from reaching their potential together last season.
After spending eight days in a Chicago-area hospital, Steve McMichael finally is back home.
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The Bengals’ locker room received a D grade, ranking in a tie for 25th among the 32 teams, in the NFLPA’s survey that solicited feedback from players.