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|The Seahawks parted ways with Darrell Bevell in January after he spent seven seasons as their offensive coordinator and his name was linked with several openings around the league in the weeks after his dismissal.
Bevell didn’t land any of those jobs Michael Del Zotto Jersey , however, and that leaves him without anything to do as a player or coach heading into a football season for the first time in more than two decades. Bevell does not expect that to remain the case beyond this year.
“It’s always hard,” Bevell said, via the Wisconsin State Journal. “But we’ve done a lot of good things in the places I’ve been Womens C.J. Mosley Jersey , so it was just one of those weird years. The next hiring cycle I’m going to be back.”
Predicting which teams will be looking for offensive coaching help in June doesn’t make much sense, but there certainly will be openings around the league. Bevell’s experience with the Seahawks and Vikings — he was Minnesota’s coordinator for five seasons before going to Seattle — is good reason to expect he’ll be proven right about his return to a staff.
The Atlanta Falcons released defensive end Derrick Shelby on Friday and announced plans to release tight end Levine Toilolo. The moves will save the team a combined $6.75 million in cap space. The cost-cutting moves could help the Falcons reach a new deal with quarterback Matt Ryan, who can be a free agent after the 2018 season.
Shelby, who signed a four-year Johan Larsson Jersey , $18 million deal in 2016, with $7.5 million guaranteed, was set to earn $4.5 million in each of the next two seasons.
The Falcons will save $3.25 million in cap space with Shelby's release and $3.5 million with Toilolo's release. The team will still have a $2.5 million charge in dead money for Shelby and $2 million for Toilolo that will count against the cap.
Shelby, who turns 29 on Sunday Authentic Pekka Rinne Jersey Kids , had 30 tackles and one sack in 2017. He started 14 games. An Achilles tendon injury limited him to six games in 2016.
He spent his first four seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
The Falcons said Toilolo will be released at the start of the new league year on March 14 with a post-June 1 designation.
Toilolo, a fourth-round pick in 2013, had 74 receptions for 723 yards and seven touchdowns in five seasons. He had 11 catches for 55 yards and two touchdowns in 2017 while sharing time with Austin Hooper and Eric Saubert.
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