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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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The Falcons are holding onto their long snapper.
The Raiders have announced the full set of assistants for Antonio Pierce’s first full season as the head coach in Las Vegas.
The Commanders have added linebacker Keandre Jones to their roster.
Former Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Griffin is breaking into the coaching ranks.
The salary cap for the 2024 season is higher than most people expected, but it appears it isn’t high enough for outside linebacker Emmanuel Ogbah to stick with the Dolphins.
The NFL announced on Friday that the salary cap for the 2024 season will be $255.4 million per team and the fifth-year option salaries for 2021 first-round picks have been revealed as well.
With the release of the 2024 salary cap — which has gone up to $255.4 million — the NFL has also let teams know the numbers for the franchise and transition tags this offseason.
It’s generally good news for every team — and for all players — that the salary cap has jumped 13.6 percent, to $255.4 million.