James Harrison is drawing some unwanted attention ahead of New England’s big game.

The Patriots linebacker on Wednesday posted a photo on Instagram of a custom AK-47-style gun that later caused a bit of backlash.

That new Deebo Draco, Harrison wrote as he described the gun, which displays his No. 92 and his Deebo nickname.

Strunk stated that we did discuss extending [Mularkey’s] future with our team over the past week, but in those discussions about the direction of the team, it became evident that we saw different paths to achieve greater success.

It’s fair to wonder if those different paths were rooted in the future of an offense that flatlined for much of this season before finally coming to life in Tennessee’s wild-card win over the Chiefs.

While Mularkey’s Exotic Smashmouth offered moments of great potential in 2016, the attack devolved into an identity-free mess this past autumn and gave the team no shot to compete in Saturday night’s divisional-round thrashing by the Patriots.

The video features Michael Strahan’s extreme elation on the set of Fox NFL Sunday as he watched Stefon Diggs’ unlikely game-winning touchdown.

Miami coach Jim Larranaga and his staff spent recent practices pushing his players to whip the ball around the perimeter, keep things moving and set up each other for good looks.

The results looked pretty good.

Bruce Brown Jr. scored 19 points and No. 25 Miami shot 58 percent to hold off North Carolina State 86-81 on Sunday, turning in its best offensive output since November.

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