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Mike Junkin: Biggest OLB bust in Browns history

Mike Junkin is not only the worst outside linebacker selection in Browns history, he may well be their worst selection ever. After finishing off his college career as Duke’s all-time leading tackler, Junkin was still thought of by many as a second-round pick at best. Even the Browns scout Dom Anile, who loved Junkin and famously called him “a mad dog in a meat market,” felt...
Via cover32 - Browns
April 03, 2014  |  Discuss

Marty Schottenheimer: No Coach In NFL Is Better Than Mike Shanahan

I think this quote is more about an old AFC West bro fest then anything, but regardless of why he said, Marty Schottenheimer just lost some points on the intelligence scale. The former Chiefs and Chargers head coach visited NFL Network studios Tuesday for the premiere of “A Football Life: Marty Schottenheimer.” Schottenheimer when asked about the mess in Washington D.C., said...
Via BlackSportsOnline
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Schottenheimer: No Coach Better In NFL Than Shanahan

NFL Network studios caught up with Marty Schottenheimer and discussed the state of the Washington Redskins franchise Tuesday.  After all, he was their one-and- AP Photo done head coach of the 2001 season.  Although he’s not sure on the inner workings of today’s Redskins or if he would have done anything differently than Mike Shanahan with the benching of Robert Griffin III...
Via DC Sports-Kings
December 18, 2013  |  Discuss

NFL Rumors: Could Marty Schottenheimer Return To Kansas City Chiefs?

If the NFL rumors are true, then Marty Schottenheimer could soon be returning to the Kansas City Chiefs. The former head coach spent 10 seasons coaching the Chiefs from 1989 – 1998, compiling a record of 101-58-1 in the regular season, as well as racking up seven playoff appearances and a spot in the 1993 AFC Championship Game against the Buffalo Bills, a game in which they lost...
Via thepigskinreport.com
November 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Schottenheimer Sues UFL, Destroyers Players Not Getting Paid Either...

((HT: Florio/PFT)) The HQ often wonders why the United Football League is still around... While we get the idea of having another league around as a developmental league to indoor and outdoor leagues in this (or any other) hemisphere, this model just doesn't seem to work for league founder Bill Hambrecht. Now, former Virginia Destroyers ((logo pictured right, thanks...
Via Online Sports Guys
October 19, 2012  |  Discuss

Schottenheimer may be right man for Bucs job

The arrow on the "Wow-o-meter" hasn't budged much as the Glazer family's search for a new Bucs head coach rolls into its second week. The unfolding interview parade of older, seasoned candidates has been sedate and excitement-free, largely like the candidates themselves. Following the recent "youngry" debacle that undid Raheem Morris, the quest for age...
Via Fox Sports Florida
January 12, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Schottenheimer could bring the “Gleam” to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in full on search mode for their next head coach and it appears that the Buccaneers could be zeroing in on 68-year old Marty Schottenheimer. Several reports suggest that the former San Diego Chargers head coach will interview with the team on Tuesday. Schottenheimer has a very successful record of turning teams around, however, he has not...
Via thepigskinreport.com
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Do the Buccaneers Need Marty Ball?

Do the Tampa Bay Buccaneers need Marty Schottenheimer and Marty Ball? We’ll find out as  Schottenheimer will interview with the Buccaneers on Tuesday according to Chris Mortensen.  The Buccaneers are looking for a head coach to replace the recently fired Raheem Morris.  I cant think of a better coach for the Buccaneers to hire then Schottenheimer and his famous Marty Ball. The...
Via Football Insiders
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Buccaneers Coaching Candidate: Marty Schottenheimer

If the Bucs are serious about winning, they need to dial Marty Schottenheimer immediately TAMPA — The Buccaneers are in the midsts of a massive coaching search and the names of candidates and their rumored involvement with the team is mounting. The Bucs interviewed former Packers and Texas A&M Coach Mike Sherman on Thursday and have scheduled an interview with Titans Jerry...
Via The Pewter Plank
January 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Do the Chargers Regret Firing Marty Schottenheimer And Hiring Norv Turner?

Do you think the San Diego Chargers regret firing Marty Schottenheimer?  They have to be after what Schottenheimer’s replacement Norv Turner has done since taking the Chargers head coaching job.  The Chargers got rid of Schottenheimer after the 2006 season in which Schottenheimer lead the team to a 14-2 regular season record.  The Chargers did lose to the Patriots in the playoffs...
Via Football Insiders
November 30, 2011  |  Discuss
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