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Brian Schottenheimer and Mark Sanchez (Source: gridironfans.com)
The New Orleans Saints probably didn’t expect to be thrust into the search for a new defensive coordinator almost immediately after their divisional round loss to the San Francisco 49ers. … [visit site to read more]
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It's official, Steve Spagnuolo is the new defensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints replacing Gregg Williams. Spags comes to the Saints regarded as one of the premiere defensive minds in the game and there's no question on paper this is a great hire. The team's window to compete for championships is now and they need a top notch coach to get the most out of the...
According to a report from Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, Steve Spagnuolo chose the Saints over the Eagles because of the quarterback.
*The Saints can thank Drew Brees for Steve Spagnuolo. The Saints’ new defensive coordinator had his choice of a number of jobs. Among the other teams that either were in hot pursuit or had expressed interest were the Eagles, Falcons...
New Orleans Saints Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (Source nola.com)
When news broke yesterday that Steve Spagunolo had agreed to become the new defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints, social media networks rapidly spread the news that was welcomed by players and fans alike. … [visit site to read more]
Reaction to New Orleans Saints hiring Steve Spagunolo positive...
It's official... Steve Spagnuolo chose New Orleans as his new residence as an NFL defensive coordinator... Does that mean Juan Castillo gets to live to die another day with the Eagles at that tenuous position? Not necessarily...But a lot of Philly fans treat the departure of an available Spags as a death knell to their dreams of defensive dominance in 2012.Hey, wait a minute...
With reports that former Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo has accepted an offer to revamp an inconsistent Saints’ defense, further uncertainty now surrounds the Eagles’ plans on the defensive side of the ball.
Brian Schottenheimer has officially been named the new offensive coordinator of the St. Louis Rams, according to Jim Thomas on twitter.
Mark Sanchez posted a dull 78.2 efficiency rating with the Jets in 2011 with Schottenheimer as the offensive coordinator - but Sanchez did reach a new career high with 26 touchdown passes. While Sam Bradford will be forced to learn...
ST. LOUIS -- The Rams have hired former Jets assistant Brian Schottenheimer as its new offensive coordinator and Gregg Williams will run the defense.
New Rams coach Jeff Fisher announced the staff additions Monday.
Schottenheimer spent the past six seasons in the same position with the New York Jets. Williams...
Brian Schottenheimer’s long-rumored job with the Rams will soon become official. Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that Schottenheimer has indeed been hired as the Rams’ offensive coordinator. Hue Jackson was also in the mix for the job and Thomas reports it was a “close call” between the two men. This meshes with…
Brian Schottenheimer found a good new home in St. Louis. [ESPN NY]
Rex will tone down the braggadocio. [ESPN NY]
Will the Ravens switch it up on the Patriots? [Baltimore Sun]
The Ravens and Patriots are worlds apart. [NY Times]
Revis’s buddy Cortland Finnegan doesn’t expect to be back as a Titan. [Tennessean]
Callahan feels good about his new players. [Dallas News]
In case you missed it, the New Orleans Saints hired former Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo to be their defensive coordinator yesterday. Spags, despite his losing tenure in St. Louis, is regarded as one of the finest defensive coaches in the sport. Any number of teams could have used him, but it was the Saints who acted swiftly and decisively, immediately improving their defense...