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The Buffalo Bills are seeking permission to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy for their head coaching job, ESPN reported Tuesday. McCoy, 40, is already a candidate for the Chicago Bears and Arizona Cardinals coaching jobs. The Broncos have a bye after clinching the No. 1 seed in the AFC playoffs. The Bills are also in the process of interviewing Ken Whisenhunt, who was fired by the Cardinals on Monday.
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The Cardinals jumped out to a hot 0-4 start that included what should have been a signature victory against the New England Patriots.
What happened from that point forward was bowling shoe ugly.
On Black Monday they began their search for answers as they let coach Ken Whisenhunt go.
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Kevin Acee of the Union-Tribune San Diego reports that the only candidate that the Chargers are “seriously” considering is Colts OC Bruce Arians.
Acee adds that former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is interested in the position, but doesn’t anything about the Chargers interest in him.
Chargers have already hired former Packers GM Ron Wolf to help with their search...
Don Banks of SI.com reports that a league source has informed him that Cardinals GM Rod Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt could be the “next two shoes to drop.”
Banks adds that the team is still deciding what to do regarding the two men.
Previous reports have indicated that it’s very likely that Graves was going to be let go today, but there seemed to be some optimism that Whisenhunt...
As seven NFL teams look for new coaches, several of 2012′s head coaches are expected to jump to new teams after being fired Monday.
Common sense says that would be Andy Reid, who went 130-93 in 14 seasons with the Eagles, or Lovie Smith, who was 81-63 in nine years with the Bears. Unless, of course, the team is the Bills. Then, apparently, it’s time to raid the cupboard of the...
The Buffalo Bills have been very busy today.
The team has made the decision to retain GM Buddy Nix for another season and has hired Russ Brandon to be their new president, according to Albert Breer. Bills owner Ralph Wilson is reportedly willing to give up controlling the team and shift that responsibility to Brandon, according to Tim Graham of the Buffalo News.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Larry Fitzgerald knows change is coming.
Its inevitable, the Cardinals receiver said with resignation. If it were up to me, Id bring everybody back.
Its not up to Fitzgerald -- at least not this time. When the debris had settled on Sundays 27-13 loss to the 49ers, the Cardinals had matched their worst record of the Ken Whisenhunt era at 5-11.
It would be foolish...
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In the most treacherous day for hot seat NFL coaches Black Monday as it’s known across the NFL claimed the jobs of seven NFL head coaches. Most of the jobs lost were very much anticipated while Arizona’s Ken Whisenhunt and Chicago’s Lovie Smith saw the strong starts to their seasons end with a huge thud. [...]
Leaving no coaching stone unturned, the Cleveland Browns are said to have interviewed former Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Wisenhunt.
Ken Whisenhunt is latest to interview with #Browns, per sources. Yes, in Arizona, where owner Jimmy Haslam & CEO Joe Banner are camped out
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) January 3, 2013
With Jimmy Haslam III and Joe Banner staking out in...
Ken Whisenhunt is out and Andy Reid might be in. What would Reid bring to Arizona and what's needed to turn the fortunes of the struggling Cardinals? Find out inside.
Howard Simon of WGR Radio reports that the Buffalo Bills are expected to interview former Bears head coach Lovie Smith this weekend.
The Bills are reportedly considering a number of options including Ken Whisenhunt, Chip Kelly, Ray Horton and Doug Marrone. Whisenhunt actually interviewed for the job a few days ago and appears to be the favorite, but Smith could change that...