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1) QB Geno Smith, West Virginia The knock on Geno Smith continues to be his size. He lacks the typical frame for a starting NFL quarterback.He’s a pocket passer and not a prototypical scrambler per se, which does translate well into Andy Reid’s style of offense. Also, this presents a huge problem when it comes to his ability to absorb hits and remain uninjured. Next, his throwing mechanics needs plenty of work, since he slings the ball at a 3/4th cut rather than the traditional overhead throw.Smith also lacks good side to side agility which casts a major problem in avoiding getting sacked at the next level. He’s a pocket version of Pat White, slower, less agility, but a stronger arm with an equally small frame. None of these translates to a star in the NFL, one good smack and he could be riding pine for the season. 2) DT Johnathan Hankins, Ohio State Hankins tends to get off to great starts each season only to falter through the remaining games of the season. Any team selecting ...
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New coach Andy Reid will call plays for the Kansas City offense next year and that the Chiefs will use a 3-4 defense. Reid said at a news conference that he'll stick with the 3-4 base defense the Chiefs used previously, The Kansas City Star reported. When Reid was head coach in Philadelphia, the Eagles relied primarily on a 4-3 defense. "There's been time invested...
New Chiefs coach Andy Reid began filling out his staff Friday, hiring former Eagles quarterbacks coach Doug Pederson to be his offensive coordinator and longtime Jets assistant Bob Sutton as the defensive coordinator.
Pederson spent the past four seasons on Reid's staff in Philadelphia, while Sutton had stints as the Jets' defensive coordinator and was their assistant head...
It seemed like it took no time at all for 14-year Eagles coach Andy Reid to find a new home in Kansas City.Many fans expected the same thing in terms of finding a new coach, but that hasn't exactly been the case.Nearly two weeks after the firing of Andy Reid, and the Eagles seemingly meet with a new person everyday. The search for the new coach in Philadelphia sure has been...
When Andy Reid was announced as the Chiefs new Head Coach a week ago it didn’t take him long to find a pair of qualified men to become his top coordinators. In dipping into the coaching carousel, he found Doug Pederson to run the offense and Bob Sutton to handle the defense.
Last season was hell for Philadelphia Eagles fans. The team started well, and then it was clear they were lousy. Andy Reid and all the feelings toward him became the topic of discussion. Week after week, the Reid questions continued. With each week, the product on the field became worse. There was nowhere to turn [...]The post Help Us Gus Bradley, You’re Our Only Hope appeared...
The former linebacker and longtime personnel assistant will join new coach Andy Reid in Kansas City.
Bears special teams coordinator Dave Toub will be leaving the team once the new head coach is hired. Toub is expected to join the coaching staff of the Kansas City Chiefs under Andy Reid.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired longtime Packers personnel man John Dorsey to replace the fired Scott Pioli as their general manager.
The Chiefs announced the hiring while the Packers were playing the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC playoffs on Saturday night. Dorsey will be introduced at a news conference Monday.
Dorsey, who played linebacker for the Packers in the 1980s, was...
And we have more news related to the formation of the assistants around Rob Chudzinski in Cleveland. Chris Mortensen at ESPN was the first to report this news:
Tony Sparano set to visit Andy Reid on Monday re: Chiefs O-line job after George Warhop decided to remain with Browns. #NFL32
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 13, 2013
George Warhop, 51, will remain as the Browns...
As we slowly make the transition from football season to the offseason, there are a number of different approaches that teams are taking. Some teams have blown it up, and are in the middle of starting over while some teams are simply looking to add a little more talent to their rosters before the start of the 2013 season. Here's a short list of interesting teams to watch as the...
After firing former head coach Andy Reid on December 31, the Philadelphia Eagles have conducted an exhaustive interview process in order to find a replacement. On Sunday, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that the Eagles conducted an interview with former Baltimore Ravens head coach Brian Billick. Billick was the Ravens coach for nine seasons and has been out of coaching since 2007...