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GREEN BAY, Wis. Cheap Air Max 270 Orange . -- Josh Sittons career with the Green Bay Packers is over.The Packers released the three-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman Saturday, after being unable to trade him.We want to thank Josh for his contributions during his time in Green Bay. He has been an important part of the success we have enjoyed on the field, Packers general manager Ted Thompson said.While these decisions are never easy, this was done with a focus on what is best for the team and the growth of the offensive line. We wish Josh and his wife, Kristen, all the best in the future.The Packers spent part of Saturday trying to trade Sitton before the NFLs deadline to cut rosters to 53.Sitton, 30, was entering the final year of a five-year, $33.75 million contract. He was scheduled to make $6.450 million in base salary and roster bonuses this season.Reached via text message after the Packers made the news of his release official and he did not answer his phone, Sitton stuck to clichés when asked about his shocking departure.I really dont want to talk, man, Sitton wrote. Im thankful to the organization. Its a tough business.Its a surprising move given Sittons longevity -- he has started 110 of 112 possible regular-season games since 2009 -- but he has experienced back issues the past couple of seasons. In fact, he said he lost weight this offseason in an effort to take some of the stress off his back.Im very optimistic of his prospects for playing for a number of additional years, Sittons agent, Jack Reale, told ESPNs Josina Anderson. Hes coming off of maybe his best camp in the last four years. Hes lighter, and he is in better shape. He is coming off of a Pro Bowl season and he just turned 30.I think hes got lots left. I think all the teams that he has been playing against for the last several years are certainly aware of that, and certainly teams within their division. So we will see what happens.Sitton was one of four offensive line starters entering the final seasons of their contracts. The Packers will need salary-cap space if they want to retain left tackle David Bakhtiari, right guard T.J. Lang and center JC Tretter -- all of whom will be free agents after this season.By releasing Sitton, the Packers wipe off his $6.150 million base salary plus $400,000 in per-game roster bonuses from their salary cap. Theres no dead money because Sitton did not have any remaining signing-bonus proration counting on this years cap.Its not immediately clear how they plan to replace Sitton in the lineup, but they have several candidates, including Lane Taylor and Don Barclay. Its also possible they could move right tackle Bryan Bulaga to guard and play rookie second-round pick Jason Spriggs at Bulagas old spot. Or they could move Tretter to guard from center once Corey Linsley is recovered from the hamstring injury that had him on the physically unable to perform list all of training camp.Information from ESPNs Jason Wilde was used in this report. Air Max 270 Yellow . It was just business as usual for the Thunder at home. Durant scored 32 points and the Thunder beat the Bulls 107-95 on Thursday night for their eighth straight win. Cheap Air Max 270 All Gold .com) - The game was all punts and field goals before Kodi Whitfields catch. http://www.cheapairmax270online.com/ . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. Topics this week include LeVeon Bells future with the Pittsburgh Steelers, a look back at some of the biggest deals made for head coaches, others on the hot seat, a rising star in Kansas City and more.Ring the Bell for bigger moneyIn no particular order, the three best running backs in the game today are LeVeon Bell, David Johnson and Ezekiel Elliott. But Bell is the only one on an expiring contract. His deal must be addressed after this season, setting up a storyline as intriguing at running back as Kirk Cousins is at quarterback.Heres what Pittsburghs game plan likely will be, according to sources around the league: The Steelers are expected to use the $12.377 million franchise tag on Bell, restricting his ability to go to another team, while trying to hammer out a long-term extension in the offseason. This would provide the Steelers with the protection they would need for a player who is as good as any in the game, but who has been suspended twice and is one strike away from a 10-game suspension.When a deal eventually?is worked out, as it likely will be, it would make Bell among the highest-paid running backs -- a distinction that currently belongs to Minnesotas Adrian Peterson, who signed a six-year, $85.28 million contract in September 2011.There have been and will be no contract discussions until the offseason, as the Steelers long-standing policy is to not do in-season extensions. Until then, Bell will continue piling up numbers that will impact how much he receives.Bell has 1,616 yards from scrimmage, the second most in a players first 10 games of a season (Jim Brown had 1,704 for the Cleveland Browns in his first 10 games in 1963). Bell is coming off a game in which he became only the second player in NFL history to have at least 225 rushing yards, three rushing touchdowns and at least 50 receiving yards in the same game, joining Brown again (November 1961).The numbers Bell produces now will be directly proportionate to the ones he sees in contract negotiations. But it is hard to imagine the two sides wont figure out a way to get it done. For starters, Bells agent, Adisa Bakari, and Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin have developed a close relationship. The two men will want to do right by each other. Plus, the only NFL contract Bell has signed was a four-year, $4.12 million deal in 2013 -- and he lost about $230,000 in base salary for the five games he has been suspended for the past two seasons, not to mention some of the signing bonus money he has had to pay back.Bell has yet to make the big money in the NFL, but he is about to.-- Adam SchefterReach for the stars? Not hard to do in HollywoodLos Angeles Rams owner Stan Kroenkes abrupt firing of Jeff Fisher this week will trigger some interesting speculation.Almost all names will be fair game, especially in Hollywood, where an owner with deep pockets is searching for a new leading man.Glamour jobs in the NFL are like glamour jobs in college, said Ernie Accorsi, the retired New York Giants general manager. If you are searching for that guy, you probably wouldnt sleep at night if you at least didnt try.History shows that owners occasionally will reach for the stars.Accorsi was the Baltimore Colts public relations director in 1970, when Miami Dolphins owner Joe Robbie signed Colts head coach Don Shula to an historic deal. Then-NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle awarded Baltimore a first-round draft pick when he determined Robbie was guilty of tampering.Turns out, it was a small price to pay for success. Shula coached the Dolphins to the NFLs only perfect season in 1972 and won the Super Bowl again the next season.Bill Parcells bolted New England for the New York Jets?in 1997, after guiding the Patriots to a Super Bowl appearance. Ultimately, then-NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue brokered a deal that allowed Parcells to coach the Jets, but the Patriots received third- and fourth-round draft picks in 1997, a second-round pick in 1998 and a first-rounder in 1999.Mike Holmgren went from the Green Bay Packers to the Seattle Seahawks in 1999 for a second-round draft pick, but its almost parenthetical when one considers the next two blockbuster deals involving coaches switching teams.In 2000, when Parcells stepped down from the Jets, defensive coordinator Bill Belichick was contractually promoted to be the head coach. That lasted 24 hours, when Belichick hastily resigned from that arrangement to make a disputed move to the Patriots.It got ugly, but Tagliabue also brokered a deal that opened the door for Belichick to become the Patriots coach. The Jets received New Englands first-round draft pick in 2000 and their fourth- and seventh-rounders in 2001. The Patriots got a fifth-rounder in 2001 and a seventh-rounder in 2002.I think its worked out pretty well for the Patriots, said a purposefully understated Accorsi.In 2002, Jon Gruden was at the center of the biggest coach trade of all, enabling him to leave the Oakland Raiders for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.The late Raiders owner, Al Davis, extracted first-round picks from the Bucs in 2002 and 2003, second-round picks in 2002 and 2004 and a reported $8 million in cash. Gruden got the frustrated Bucs over the hump by leading them to their first Super Bowl title that very first season -- over the Raiders.Steep price, but they got their Lombardi trophy and Gruden did it with Brad Johnson at quarterback, Accorsi said.There has been only one other head-coach transaction since the Gruden blockbuster.Herm Edwards went from the Jets to the Kansas City Chiefs in 2006 for a fourth-round draft pick (which Edwards occasionally uses as a punch line). Could it happen again?Pete Carroll signed an extension earlier this year as coach of the Seahawks, but he already has had to answer a question about the Rams job after Fisher was fired. Carroll was succinct about his ambition.No, he said about potential Rams interest.Along with Carroll, other NFL head coaches under contract could be asked the same question by the media during the next month, and they will likely have the same response as Carroll.The Saints Sean Payton? The Steelers Tomlin? The Packers Mike McCarthy? The Ravens John Harbaugh? Along with Belichick and Carroll, all are Super Bowl-winning head coaches.Oh, Andy Reid of the Chiefs? Hes an L.A. guy.The Rams, however, paid a big cost to acquire the No. 1 pick in this years draft to select quarterback Jared Goff. They still owe the Tennessee Titans their first- and third-round choices in 2017. The franchise arguably cannot afford to bankrrupt its future with more draft picks to land its next coach. Air Max 270 Flyknit. Do the Rams instead go after a Super Bowl-winning executive like Denver Broncos general manager John Elway, and let him figure it out?Nobody doubts Kroenke wants to make a splash hire. Thats how a name like Jim Harbaugh gets floated as a matter of measured logical speculation. In turn, he already has shot down the notion he would leave his alma mater, Michigan, after just two years of coaching the Wolverines. That type of college coach would not cost a franchise future draft picks, but the search can have its perils.With the college head coaches, you have to be very careful because of the negative impact it can have on recruiting and with boosters, Accorsi said. With NFL head coaches, you cant tamper and you are obligated and wise to observe the Rooney Rule [for interviewing minority candidates]. Otherwise, youre cheating yourself.-- Chris MortensenThe next-hottest seat?Rex Ryan has been on the hot seat and will remain on the hot seat until, eventually, the Buffalo Bills dislodge him from it.Over the course of the season -- from when it kicked off and including when offensive coordinator Greg Roman was fired after Week 2 -- the bulls-eye has been on Ryan, and it wont leave him until he leaves Buffalo.The widespread belief in league circles is that the Bills will make a head-coaching change after the regular season ends, if not shortly before then. If it does happen, Buffalo would be moving on to its sixth head coach -- sixth! -- since 2009. It didnt work out for Dick Jauron, Perry Fewell, Chan Gailey, Doug Marrone or Ryan.While Ryans job is in trouble, Bills sources say general manager Doug Whaley is safe, which means he will have a hand in hiring his third head coach. It also means the end of this season is shaping up as a fitting end to Ryans time in Buffalo. Should he survive until the last game of the regular season, Ryans coaching career in Buffalo, and quite possibly in the NFL, could end at MetLife Stadium, against the New York Jets team he used to coach, on New Years Day.-- Adam SchefterThe offensive difference in Kansas CityOver the summer, before the season kicked off, Chiefs offensive coordinator Brad Childress said rookie wide receiver and return man Tyreek Hill was the most dynamic and electric player he ever coached.Now the rest of the league has seen what Childress saw back in training camp. Hill is the fastest man in the NFL.Hill owns the college record for the fastest indoor 200 meters, running a 20.57 seconds while at Oklahoma State. He owns the college record for the fastest outdoor 200, running a 20.73 seconds while at Garden City Community College. He owns the college record for the fastest outdoor 100, running a 9.98 seconds at Garden City.Now, that speed has been on display in the NFL, leading the Chiefs to the top of the AFC West as they get ready to host the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Hill leads the Chiefs with nine touchdowns. He now is bidding to become the only rookie wide receiver drafted in the fifth round or later in the past 25 years to lead a playoff team in touchdowns, per the Elias Sports Bureau.There is a lot more of the dynamic and electric rookie to see.-- Adam SchefterEmptying the notebookFormer Giants head coach Jim Fassel believes his son, John, will make things enjoyable for the Rams during his interim gig as the teams head coach.Hell work like crazy, but hell make it fun, the elder Fassel said. I remember getting permission [from Fisher] to sit in on one of Johns special-teams meetings the night before a game. John finished his review with about 15 minutes to spare. Then I watched him divide the room to play a quick game of Jeopardy before he finished with a magic trick. Next thing I knew, him and Tavon Austin were rolling around the floor in a [playful] wrestling match. The whole room busted up.Tampa Bay defensive coordinator Mike Smith has elevated his name back into the head-coaching candidate pool as the Bucs have allowed just 12.3 points per game since Week 10. Quarterback Jameis Winston said after a 16-11 win over the Saints, Thank God for that defense. Smith was 66-46 as the Atlanta Falcons head coach, with four playoff appearances from 2008-2014.Former Colts general manager Bill Polians name has been connected to jobs in Chicago and elsewhere recently. Polian laughed at that this week and said, There is no job and Ive spoken to no one on any team about anything. There is nothing close or in the works.Chiefs linebacker?Derrick Johnson, who?ruptured his left Achilles tendon on Thursday night -- two years after tearing his right Achilles -- intends to continue playing next season, per a source close to the situation. As the source said of the 34-year-old linebacker: I wouldnt bet against him ever. Everyone did two years ago and I would expect to see him back out there again. Hes not even thinking about [retiring]. All hes thinking about is getting back out there.Johnson has played the past few weeks with a sore left Achilles that affected him in practice and games. But Thursday night it gave out in an emotional scene at Kansas Citys Arrowhead Stadium. Johnson has come to mean as much to the Chiefs as linebacker Thomas Davis has come to mean to the Panthers.Interestingly enough, Davis was the 14th overall pick in the 2005 draft and Johnson went to Kansas City with the very next pick. Davis has battled back from three torn ACLs to be an emotional leader and defensive force for the Panthers. Johnson already has battled back from one torn Achilles and now plans to come back from another.An NFL team executive marveled again?after watching the Patriots beat the Ravens on Monday night: Belichick and [Tom] Brady just discourage you. The Patriots outthink you, outexecute you, and what a lot of people fail to recognize, they often outmuscle you. If you dont disrupt Brady, youve got almost no chance.What a year for Patriots special-teams standout Nate Ebner. First he competed for the U.S. rugby team in the Olympics in Rio, now he leads the NFL in special-teams tackles. He is vying to become the rare athlete to participate in the Olympics and the Pro Bowl in the same season.As we head into Week 15, playoff spots are on the line ... but so is draft position. 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