2022 NFL season, Week 17: Notable injuries, news from Sunday's games – NFL.com

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Here are the injuries and news we’re monitoring around the league on this Week 17 Sunday:
Miami has fired defensive coordinator Josh Boyer, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported on Thursday.
Dallas Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday that the signing of kicker Tristan Vizcaino does not take away from their confidence in Brett Maher.
Baltimore is making a major change with one of its coordinators for a second straight season. The Ravens and offensive coordinator Greg Roman are parting ways following the team’s wild-card loss to the Bengals.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have fired offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich after four seasons with the team, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday morning.
New Cleveland Browns defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz has joined the franchise with a pledge to focus on building a more prolific pass rush around Myles Garrett.
The Bengals haven’t played the Bills in Buffalo since 2019, the final season played before they selected Joe Burrow with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2020 draft. The QB is ready for the challenge.
Aaron Donald caused a brief stir over the weekend when his Twitter bio was briefly changed. The all-world Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman seems to have at least somewhat cleared things up Wednesday.
Three days removed from the Vikings’ 31-24 wild-card loss to the New York Giants, Minnesota head coach Kevin O’Connell was non-committal regarding Ed Donatell’s future as he maneuvered around questions regarding his DC’s future.
The Chargers’ collapse on Super Wild Card Weekend forced coach Brandon Staley to make changes to his offensive staff. Staley also had questions to answer after his team blew a 27-0 lead in Jacksonville.
Matt Canada will return as the Steelers offensive coordinator for the 2023 season, the team confirmed on Wednesday.
After Brett Maher’s bad night at the office on Monday, the Cowboys are reaching out for reinforcements at placekicker — just in case. Dallas plans to sign Tristan Vizcaino to its practice squad ahead of Sunday’s Divisional Round duel with the 49ers.
Eagles’ running back Boston Scott has had unprecedented success against the Giants in his career, a fact that New York defensive coordinator Wink Martindale is not discouraged by coming into Saturday’s divisional round matchup.
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