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The Patriots and Giants experienced vastly different seasons in 2011, one rolling along like a juggernaut and one peaking at the right time, Jason La Canfora writes.
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There is plenty of talk and speculation that the Redskins will try to move up in the draft to the two spot by trading with the Rams.
File this report in the "doesn't mean crap" category but it is my duty to pass along the report by Jason La Canfora on Twitter today that stated former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has had talks with other NFL teams since it was announced last week that he would not be back with the Steelers in 2012. La Canfora reports that one of those talks...
According to NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora, former Steelers Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians has been in talks with the Arizona Cardinals about a vacancy on their staff. Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians still intends to retire, according to league sources om Monday, but he has been in contact with teams. The Arizona Cardinals had [...]
The Oakland Raiders recently met with Packers assistant head coach/inside linebackers coach Winston Moss in Green Bay about their open head-coaching position, and multiple league sources told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora the session did not go particularly well.
NFL Networks Jason LaCanfora reports that league executives believe that the Redskins will make a move up to #2 and take Baylor QB Robert Griffin III. So far there has been plenty of speculation that a number of team could look to do the same. Cleveland and Miami are also believed to have interest in RGIII but if the Redskins are interested as La Canforas sources believe...
Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has retired. Jason LaCanfora of NFL Network reports that the retirement occurred after the Steelers told Arians that his contract would not be renewed. But the same source who tells LaCanfora that Arians was told his contract wouldn’t be renewed told LaCanfora that Arians wasn’t fired. It’s a matter of…
The Bengals might not be the only team looking at Kevin Coyle in regards to a defensive coordinator spot.
NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora reports that Coyle, who is the Bengals defensive backs coach, is under consideration for the same position with the Dolphins and is held in high regard by new head coach Joe Philbin. With Mike Zimmer still under consideration for head coaching...
Baltimore Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano is in Indianapolis on Tuesday for an interview with the Colts about their vacant head-coaching position, league sources told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive backs coach Kevin Coyle will meet with Miami Dolphins on Wednesday regarding their open defensive coordinator position, a league source told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora on Tuesday.
Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen has met twice with Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie and the Raiders could finalize a deal to name him their next head coach soon, league sources told NFL Network insider Jason La Canfora.
Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy reportedly believes he wasn’t hired to coach the Dolphins because he wasn’t willing to keep interim head coach Todd Bowles as the team’s defensive coordinator, replacing Mike Nolan. As it turns out, new coach Joe Philbin may not be keeping Bowles, either. According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network,…