Teddy Bridgewater of the Vikings was named the quarterback on the Pro Football Writers of America's All-Rookie team.

Bridgewater finished with 2,919 passing yards, 14 touchdowns and 12 interceptions with an 85.2 quarterback rating in 13 games (12 starts).

He edged Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, who started the entire season and had 3,270 yards, 21 TDs, 12 interceptions and a 76.6 quarterback rating.

Garrett gets deal

A person with knowledge of both deals told the Associated Press on Tuesday that Dallas coach Jason Garrett has agreed to a five-year contract and defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli also is returning on a three-year contract.

"I really believe that we've built something here that we're all proud of and we're all excited about taking the next step with this football team," Garrett said earlier Tuesday, before the deals were settled.

Garrett led the Cowboys to the playoffs for the first time since 2009. He will make about $6 million annually after just completing a four-year, $20 million contract.

Questions about Garrett's job security festered through three consecutive 8-8 seasons before the Cowboys won the NFC East at 12-4 and beat Detroit in the playoffs before falling to Green Bay.

The 48-year-old Garrett is 42-32 in four-plus seasons and needs two victories to tie Jimmy Johnson for second on the franchise wins list.

Jets name new GM

The New York Jets hired Houston Texans executive Mike Maccagnan as their general manager, replacing the fired John Idzik.

Maccagnan was Houston's director of college scouting. Maccagnan first interviewed last Monday before having another meeting Friday and staying in New Jersey over the weekend.

The Jets still need a successor to coach Rex Ryan, who was fired after a 4-12 season.

Playoff ratings strong

The NFL's divisional playoff weekend drew its biggest television audience ever.

The four games last weekend averaged 37.8 million viewers. The previous high was 36.6 million in 2011.

Etc.

• Former 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman is in as Bills offensive coordinator, and Jim Schwartz is out as defensive coordinator .

•The Chicago Bears parted with director of pro personnel Kevin Turks, who spent the past two years in that role.

•Pittsburgh promoted longtime linebackers coach Keith Butler to defensive coordinator. Butler is taking over for Dick LeBeau.

•The Atlanta Falcons will have their second interview with Arizona defensive coordinator Todd Bowles on Wednesday and are expected to have second interview with Detroit defensive coordinator Teryl Austin later this week.