Manziel remains a long shot to ever play in the NFL again.
Kinne transitioned from quarterback to wide receiver this offseason in an effort to make the final roster.
Lindley was signed before Week 17, when the Colts found themselves in truly dire quarterback straits. The writing was on the wall after Moore was a healthy scratch in favor of Cooper Rush last Sunday. Whitehurst looked as bad as ever in spot duty on Sunday, and the Browns decided they would rather see what fifth-round rookie Kevin Hogan has to offer if Cody Kessler can't go against the Titans.
Going on 27, Lindley has scattered six starts across four NFL seasons. Frankly, it's astounding Moore made it as long as he did in Dallas. Whitehurst's release, of course, is a strong indication that Kessler will be ready.
If La Fleur bolts, Kelly would immediately vault to the top of Atlanta's list of OC candidates.
Rap Sheet reports the Falcons would prefer to keep their current system in place rather than transitioning to the fast-paced, no-huddle scheme Kelly is known for.
Mc Gloin is in danger of falling out of the league less than two years after the Raiders tendered him at the second-round level as a restricted free agent.
The Ticats came away convinced Manziel isn't ready to return to football, physically or mentally. Wanting to see if Manziel was ready to dedicate himself to football and become a face of the franchise, the Ticats came away with "a resounding no" to answer those questions.
Switching to Kelly's scheme would be a risk for the most potent attack in the league, but it is reasonable to believe Kelly will have much more success if he is allowed to just focus on the offensive side of the ball.
Even so, the Falcons would be wise to look for some continuity with their next coordinator.
Sorensen was just cut on Monday, but the Vikings need his arm again after Teddy Bridgewater suffered a torn ACL and dislocated knee in Tuesday's practice.