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- DeMarcus Covington, current Patriots defensive line coach, is being requested for an interview for the Cardinals' vacant defensive coordinator job, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source.
- S Zayne Anderson signed a two-year contract, the team announced. Anderson has played in seven career games over two seasons with the Chiefs.
- The Panthers have agreed to terms with Thomas Brown, the Rams assistant head coach, to hire him as their offensive coordinator, NFL Network Insiders Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport report, per sources. The team confirmed the news later on Friday.
- Carolina has agreed to terms with Devin Fitzsimmons, who will join the Panthers as an assistant special teams coach.
- The Panthers agreed to terms with Tem Lukabu as the new outside linebackers coach.
- The Panthers agreed to terms with Bert Watts as the new safeties coach.
- DE Al-Quadin Muhammad is being released, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Muhammad will become a free agent and there will be interest in him, Rapoport added. Muhammad, who played four seasons previously with the Colts, made nine starts in 2022 for the Bears.
- LT Jonah Williams recently underwent knee surgery from Dr. Neal S. ElAttrache in Los Angeles, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. Williams dislocated his kneecap this season and the procedure should keep it from happening again. Williams is expected to be fully cleared before June, per Rapoport.
- DE Joseph Ossai (shoulder) underwent surgery for a torn labrum he played through this season, per Rapoport.
- Matt Nagy, a Chiefs senior assistant and QBs coach, is quickly emerging as the candidate to become the new offensive coordinator should Eric Bieniemy's hiring in Washington be completed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Friday, per a source.
- S C.J. Gardner-Johnson was fined $14,111 for lowering the head to initiate contact with the helmet of Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco on a fourth-quarter play in Super Bowl LVII, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reports, per a source. Pelissero adds that Gardner-Johnson, who wasn't flagged on the play, will be appealing the fine, per his agent.