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The Oakland Raiders fired coach Hue Jackson on Tuesday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
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It appears, based on things being written and said in Yahoo! NFL writer Mike Silver's column, Hue-bris Jackson can't quite figure out why the Raiders fired him.
On Tuesday, the day new Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie claimed responsibility for pink-slipping the man who made Cincinnati's Mike Brown executive of the year, Hue-bris took to Silver's column to...
The Raiders could have made the playoffs this year. If you look at a blown game like the one in Buffalo early in the season, you could easily make the case that they should have made the playoffs this year. That's apparently how the Raiders' front office feels, as soon-to-be general manager Reggie McKenzie is debating whether to keep or fire head coach Hue Jackson, according...
At first glance, you would think that the Raiders' firing of Hue Jackson today was yet another sign of this team's ongoing instability. The Raiders have had seven coaches in the past ten years, and whomever they hire next will be number eight. A simple Twitter search turns up the usual assortment of angry responses:
Did Al Davis not die?
New general manager Reggie McKenzie began his tenure with the Raiders by firing coach Hue Jackson, telling reporters the decision centered around his desire to bring in a coach of his choosing.
The news keeps coming through the wire tonight. The Cowboys are planning to hire Jerome Henderson. Henderson coached with Ryan as the defensive backs coach, and put together some solid squads. Adam Schefter broke the news a few minutes ago. Will the Cowboys look at signing Eric Wright to help fortify the secondary, he’s a free agent and was coached by Henderson and Ryan.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via Evan Silva of Rotoworld.com, he gets the feeling that the Miami Dolphins might have a slight lead in the Jeff Fisher sweepstakes at this point.
“The sense I’m getting around the league is that Miami has a slight advantage right now,” said Schefter.
Per Tony Sofli of 101ESPN in St. Louis, Fisher has returned home to make his final...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Bills are interested in an Ole Miss assistant coach for their now vacant QB Coaching position.
Here’s what Schefter tweeted.
AdamSchefter Jets and Bills both are talking to Ole Miss OC and former Dolphins QBs coach David Lee about joining their coaching staff.
The Jaguars are learning why it is a very good idea to check the fine print anytime you enter into a contract with another party. Chris Mortensen and Adam Schefter of ESPN are reporting that Paul Vance has been dismissed as the Jaguars’ senior VP of football operations and general counsel because of a dispute…