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Jacksonville Jaguars ‘might as well be 2016 Niners’ according to Michael Lombardi

The Jacksonville Jaguars have some talent, but Michael Lombardi thinks they are in the same spot as the 2016 San Francisco 49ers. If you are less than thrilled with what the Jacksonville Jaguars have done since the end of the 2016 regular season, you certainly aren’t alone. Count me among the many who are lukewarm about […] Jacksonville Jaguars ‘might as well be 2016 Niners’...
Via Black & Teal
1 day ago

Mike Lombardi: Texans can get cap-friendly deal done with Tony Romo

Signs continue to point to Tony Romo landing with Texans Former NFL executive Michael Lombardi believes the Houston Texans can easily get a cap-friendly deal done with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo once he’s released. If Romo is released, Texans can do a deal with him that is cap friendly but cash rich and then […] Mike Lombardi: Texans can get cap-friendly deal done with...
Via Toro Times
7 days ago

Ex-Pats exec details how Bill Belichick will prepare for Super Bowl LI

Football is a violent, physical game, but under its surface is a complicated chess match. And Bill Belichick is its Grandmaster.The legendary head coach has the New England Patriots in their ninth Super Bowl, in large part thanks to his meticulous preparation and expert game-planning. But what exactly makes Belichick so good at his job? Former NFL executive Michael Lombardi, who...
Via NESN.com
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Browns have “no comment” on Lombardi’s Browns documents

Is it a big deal that recently ousted Browns employee Michael Lombardi was seen at the NFL combine with documents emblazoned with Cleveland Browns logos? The answer is that none of us have any clue. It certainly seems less than ideal for the Browns, but whether or not it is an actual impropriety or not is impossible to know without finding out from the Cleveland Browns. The team...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Lombardi’s Combine Paperwork Causes Browns Fans To Freak Out

The New England Patriots’ new assistant to the coaching staff Michael Lombardi attended the NFL Scouting Combine and held a piece of paper that contained a Cleveland Browns logo. This made Browns fans very suspicious. Lombardi was fired by the Browns earlier in the month after one season as the team’s general manager. He was quickly scooped up by the Patriots, in part to help...
Via NESN.com
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Michael Lombardi Joins New England Patriots As Assistant To Coaching Staff

Michael Lombardi officially joined the New England Patriots on Thursday. Lombardi’s official title with the Patriots is “assistant to the coaching staff.” Lombardi was expected to have a front office role since he has never served in a coaching capacity. Lombardi traveled with head coach Bill Belichick, director of player personnel Nick Caserio and offensive coordinator Josh...
Via NESN.com
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Michael Lombardi Could Join New England Patriots’ Front Office

Michael Lombardi could be reuniting with Bill Belichick in the front office of the New England Patriots. “It’s looking like” Lombardi might be headed to the Patriots, according to Chris Fedor of 92.3 The Fan in Cleveland. Lombardi was fired on Tuesday by the Cleveland Browns. He had served as the Browns’ general manager since January 2013. Lombardi previously worked with...
Via NESN.com
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

10 most dysfunctional NFL teams

Tuesday’s move by the Cleveland Browns to relieve Joe Banner and Michael Lombardi of their posts sent shockwaves through the NFL. There’s little doubt the dysfunction within the Browns’ organization is some of the most robust in the league, but where do the Browns rank among the other dysfunctional franchises in the league? Let’s take a look. Dishonorable Mentions: Tennessee...
Via This Given Sunday
February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Banner, Lombardi Both Out In Cleveland After One Season

On Tuesday, the Cleveland Browns promoted Ray Farmer to General Manager and announced that Joe Banner will be stepping down in the next two months. In addition, the team announced that current General Manager Michael Lombardi is departing the organization. In other words, just as head coach Rob Chudzinski was one in done in Cleveland, so too are Banner and Lombardi. The Browns hired...
Via Steelers Depot
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Banner steps down, Mike Lombardi out as Browns general manager

The fun never stops in Berea. Just weeks after the Cleveland Browns hired Mike Pettine as their new head coach, the front office has beeen shaken up in a drastic fashion. On Tuesday, the team announced that they have promoted Ray Farmer to General Manager and with Joe Banner stepping down in the next two months as he transitions out of his role as CEO. Farmer will immediately take...
Via Waiting For Next Year
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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