NFL roundup: South wins Senior Bowl, Kirby Wilson won't be Ravens offensive coordinator

Stacy Revere

The South won its second straight Senior Bowl, Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson won't be named the offensive coordinator of the Baltimore Ravens and more you might have missed from Saturday in the NFL.

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The 2014 Senior Bowl is now in the books and the wait for the 2014 NFL Draft is officially underway. The South took down the North squad for the second consecutive year, winning 20-10. The game had gone back-and-forth between the two sides since 2009, but the South broke that trend. Clemson's Tahj Boyd struggled for the North, while Derek Carr was near flawless for the South.

Here's what else you might have missed from Saturday in the NFL:

Wilson won't get OC job

Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson will not be named the Baltimore Ravens' offensive coordinator. Baltimore is reportedly going to go with one of its other two finalists, wide receivers coach Jim Hostler and former Washington Redskins and Houston Texans offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan. Wilson was considered a longshot for the job, but he did make it fairly far into the interview process. He could be on the radar for other teams in future seasons.

Revis says knee is healed

Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis says his knee is now at "100 percent." Revis spent the offseason recovering from a significant ACL injury (is there such thing as an insignificant ACL injury?) and was clearly hampered by the injury throughout the season. He had a solid year nonetheless, but as a player who considers himself the best corner in the league, his play did leave something to be desired.

49ers unlikely to bring back Wright

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Eric Wright will hit the free agent market in March, and it seems unlikely that the team will bring him back for the 2014-15 season. Wright missed the first nine games of the year, then was released and re-signed. He ultimately did next to nothing on the field, recording just seven tackles and a pick in seven games. San Francisco needs help at cornerback, but with reports of a lacking work ethic to back up a weak 2013 season, he could be elsewhere next season.

Tillman to test free agency

Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman is set to test the free agent market this offseason. Tillman has been among the best corners in the league for years, but this past season saw him slow down considerably, and he was prone to injury as well. Tillman is 32 years old and the hope of another large payday is incredibly thin at this point. He could still return to Chicago, but he'll be getting a smaller deal wherever he signs.

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