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Andy Reid is apparently a hot commodity when it comes to open jobs in the NFL. Only days after being fired by the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, the former Glendale Community College player is rumored to be in the running for two new coaching positions....
Indianapolis is in, Pittsburgh is out, and Colts interim Coach Bruce Arians has to be pinching himself. Arians, fired as Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator after last season, has coached the Colts to a wildly improbable playoff berth one season after...
If you missed Monday's "NFL Slam with Mark and Sam," starring Times NFL columnist Sam Farmer and Mark Thompson of "Mark and Brian" radio fame, you missed a great discussion on black Monday. Mark and Sam took a look at all the NFL coaching changes...
Tags: Mark Thompson, Pat Shurmur, Football, Jon Gruden, Romeo Crennel
It's commonly known as Black Monday around the NFL; the day after the regular season, when Head Coaches and General Managers are generally let go, or resign. The biggest one so far in the midwest is the firing of Romeo Crennel by the Kansas City Chiefs....
Tags: Matt Cassel, Todd Haley, AFC West, Buffalo Bills, Pat Shurmur
RAVENS PASSING GAME: Quarterback Joe Flacco continues to be an enigma away from M&T Bank Stadium. In five road games, he's completed 54.2 percent of his passes for 883 yards, three touchdowns and four interceptions. In five games at home, his completion...
1. Texans (1 last week): By now Jim Schwartz should have received that fruit basket from Gary Kubiak. 2. Ravens (2): Converting a fourth-and-29 with the game on the line? Ray Lewis coming back soon? Terrell Suggs' miraculous recovery? Somebody up...
1. Patriots (3 last week): Step into Bill Belichick's web, Colin Kaepernick. 2. Broncos (2): They need to beat the Ravens to keep their hopes alive for a first round playoff bye. 3. Packers (7): Mike McCarthy believes this team can be better than...
AP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) — So much for Ben Roethlisberger’s triumphant return. Ditto the notion the Pittsburgh Steelers had finally turned the corner. Rhythm disrupted by a relentless San Diego pass rush, Roethlisberger struggled early and the...
If the next three games are Jim Caldwell's audition to become the Ravens' permanent offensive coordinator, then the odds are stacked against him. On Thursday before practice, Caldwell was all smiles as he answered questions. He said he liked a...
Tags: Champ Bailey, Baltimore Ravens, Ray Rice, Jim Caldwell, Football
At first, Terrell Suggs referred to former Raven and current San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jarret Johnson as "my brother." Then Suggs tried to sound indifferent about seeing his former teammate on an opposing sideline. "I might not say...
— Never in anyone's wildest imagination could the end of the Andy Reid era as coach of the Philadelphia Eagles have gone down like this. Anyone who says they saw it unfolding this way is lying or insane or both. Probably both. What we're...
Tags: Mike Mularkey, Super Bowl, Michael Vick, Football, Romeo Crennel
The Baltimore SunUnless the Ravens improve dramatically on offense, it's safe to assume they will interview candidates to become the team's offensive coordinator, including Jim Caldwell. Caldwell became the OC when the Ravens fired Cam Cameron after Sunday's loss to...
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