Alabama Hires Co-Defensive Coordinator Away From Kentucky

The open coaching spot on Alabama has finally been filled. The Tide hired Derrick Ansley, co-defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach of Kentucky, to be their DB coach, according to AL.com. Ansley was previously a graduate assistant with Alabama from 2010-11 before leaving for Tennessee (cornerbacks coach) and then Kentucky. AL.com reports how sought after Ansley was prior...
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If the Texans were a Car: Wagon Queen Family Truckster

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit If the Texans were a car, they’d definitely be the Wagon Queen Family Truckster...
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Bills' Darby excited to learn from Ed Reed, one of his 'favorite players'

The transition from player to coach typically takes some time, if it even happens at all. For Ed Reed, that jump was just two years.Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills are the main reason why the shift was so short, taking a chance on the future Hall of Famer. Ryan hired Reed as an assistant defensive backs coach a few weeks ago, and his players are already excited about learning from...
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Ravens: Secondary predictions, cornerback edition (Part one)

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Baltimore Ravens’ secondary has been a talking point since the departure of...
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Tampa Bay Buccaneers: quick preview of 2016 draft wishes

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers need to address the defensive side of the ball period. Too many times this past season, a valiant and wonderful effort put up by the Bucs offense was offset by a putrid performance by the defense. In this year’s draft, the Buccaneers will select ninth overall and there a bunch of players in defensive positions that this team really needs if they are going...
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Rex Ryan taking family criticism personal: 'I think it's hilarious'

Ever since Rex Ryan arrived in Buffalo as the head coach of the Bills, he's found himself in the spotlight on several occasions. He was a part of trading Kiko Alonso for LeSean McCoy, which clearly worked out well for the Bills. He brought in the controversial Richie Incognito -- another successful addition. During the season, he was criticized for his scheme by Bills players after...
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Ed Reed was in the middle of making turkey nachos when Rex Ryan called

Ed Reed will go down as one of the best safeties to play the game, pulling down 64 interceptions in his career -- seventh-most in NFL history. As if his playing days weren't decorated enough, he's transitioning into becoming a coach in the league.Last week, Reed agreed to join Rex Ryan's coaching staff with the Buffalo Bills. He'll be an assistant defensive backs coach in 2016, a...
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Top storyline for each NFL conference championship game

This weekend’s conference championship games might be the most evenly-matched we have seen around the NFL over the past several years. The Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots are just field goal favorites — a clear indication that we can expect two extremely close games. The AFC Championship game will feature two old dogs that have been going at it a while. In what...
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Ed Reed's son is a Pats fan, and wasn't happy about his dad joining Bills

When your dad plays in the NFL, one would think that you'd root for the team he plays for. That's not always the case, though. Future Hall of Famer Ed Reed and his son proved that.Reed joined the Buffalo Bills a few weeks ago as an assistant defensive backs coach after playing 12 seasons in the league as a safety -- 11 with the Baltimore Ravens. Yet, despite Reed facing the Ravens...
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Ed Reed on how to beat Patriots: ‘Pray’

Ed Reed had some very simple advice on how to handle Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. Reed did a Twitter Q&A for Showtime’s Inside the NFL on Tuesday, and he was asked how you beat Brady and the Patriots. He had a very simple one word answer: pray. .@etcats2 #askINFL pic.twitter.com/PUTTN1xaBZ — Inside the NFL (@insidetheNFL) January 19, 2016 Reed was twice part...
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Ed Reed on how to beat Tom Brady: ‘Pray’

Ed Reed is arguably the greatest safety in NFL history, but he believes elite skills aren’t the only thing necessary to beat Tom Brady and the New England Patriots. The former Baltimore Ravens standout offered the best way to defeat New England, and it’s quite simple: Pray. .@etcats2 #askINFL pic.twitter.com/PUTTN1xaBZ — Inside the NFL (@insidetheNFL) January 19, 2016 No...
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How do you beat Tom Brady and the Patriots? Ed Reed says 'pray'

Few teams in the NFL have enjoyed as much success as the New England Patriots in the past 15 years. They've won four Super Bowls since 2001 and are two victories away from a fifth. They'll take on the Denver Broncos this Sunday for the AFC crown, the 17th meeting between Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.Manning and Brady have split their four postseason meetings with each winning two...
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Ex-Jet Ed Reed's advice for Denver Broncos to upend Tom Brady, New England Patriots: 'Pray'

Ed Reed knows a thing or two about upsetting the New England Patriots. If anyone knows how to upset the New England Patriots in the postseason, it's future Hall of Fame safety Ed Reed. Before re-joining Rex Ryan as a player with the Jets and coach with the Bills, Reed carved out an all-time great career as a free safety with the Baltimore Ravens...
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Ex-Raven Ed Reed sums up best way to beat Patriots in one word: ‘Pray’

Former Baltimore Ravens free safety Ed Reed played plenty of games against the New England Patriots during his 12-year NFL career. He’s been on the winning end of some big games against New England, including the 2012 AFC Championship Game, but even he has a hard time explaining a way to beat Tom Brady and Co. Inside the NFL asked its Twitter followers to tweet questions Tuesday...
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This former Raven is returning to the NFL next season, but he’s leaving his cleats behind

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit Former Baltimore Ravens star safety Ed Reed might not be returning to the NFL in...
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2015 Texans Free Agents: Finds and Fails

Tweet +1 Like Share Pin Reddit The Houston Texans are not known for splashy free agent signings. Perhaps the ...
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Ed Reed joins Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills as assistant defensive backs coach

Ed Reed, known for his great hustle, fearless play, and ballhawk abilities, will now serve as the assistant defensive backs coach with the Buffalo Bills. Reed played under head coach Rex Ryan during his time with the Ravens, and shortly with the New York Jets as recently as 2013. Ryan was clearly very happy with the addition of Reed. “Ed Reed is going to be such a great asset to...
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Legendary NFL Safety Ed Reed Joining Buffalo Bills Coaching Staff

When it is all said and done, Ed Reed may go down as the greatest safety to ever play in the history of the NFL. The numbers don’t lie: in an 12 season career, he was a eight time all pro, five time Pro Bowler, defensive player of the year in 2004 and brought home a Super Bowl championship in 2012. Need more proof? Here’s his resume from his time as both a star in college at...
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Rex adds former Ravens safety Ed Reed to staff

Rex Ryan always puts a high priority on the quality of his defensive backs. He's done the same when it comes to his coaching staff, adding nine-time Pro Bowler Ed Reed as an assistant. The... [Click headline for full story]
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Ed Reed joins Buffalo Bills coaching staff

The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday that Pro Bowl safety Ed Reed will join the organization as the assistant defensive backs coach. Reed shares the record for most career playoff interceptions (9), most career interception return yards (1,590) and the longest interception return for a touchdown (108). Now he’ll be on the sideline coaching with Rex Ryan and defensive coordinator...
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Ed Reed shifts to coaching; joins Ryan's staff in Buffalo

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Five-time All-Pro safety Ed Reed is making the transition to coaching by joining Rex Ryan's staff with the Buffalo Bills. The team announced Wednesday night that Reed had agreed in principle to be an assistant defensive backs coach. Reed is reunited with Ryan, who was the Ravens' defensive coordinator during the safety's first seven seasons in Baltimore. Reed...
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Bills hire Ed Reed as assistant defensive backs coach

Ed Reed and Rex Ryan are back together again. The Buffalo Bills announced on Wednesday that they have hired Reed to their coaching staff as an assistant defensive backs coach.Reed played under Ryan on two separate occasions. The first came from 2005 to 2008 with the Baltimore Ravens where Ryan was the defensive coordinator. The second was for seven games in 2013 after the New York...
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Ed Reed to join Rex Ryan on Buffalo Bills coaching staff

Rex Ryan coached Ed Reed when both were with the Baltimore Ravens, and now the pupil joins the master once again. Reed is joining Ryan’s coaching staff with the Buffalo Bills. Former NFL safety Ed Reed has signed on as our assistant defensive backs coach! His resume: https://t.co/zjInkm1ZMS pic.twitter.com/BqRaD6xg9F — Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 14, 2016 ...
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Bills Hire Ed Reed As Assistant DBs Coach

The Buffalo Bills announced Wednesday night that they’ve hired former Ravens S Ed Reed as their assistant defensive backs coach. .@buffalobills HC Rex Ryan on Ed Reed joining the #Bills coaching staff: pic.twitter.com/G0NnWPEZnr — Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) January 14, 2016 The post Bills Hire Ed Reed As Assistant DBs Coach appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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Former Miami players livid at firing of popular assistant coach

Miami Hurricanes fans, teammates, and former players were all excited about what newly appointed head coach Mark Richt would be able to do at The U. But, after one of his decisions, it seems that Miami alumni aren’t very happy with him. Athletic director Blake James informed Miami’s veteran strength and conditioning coach Andreu Swasey that he would not be retained by Mark Richt...
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January 02, 2016  |  Discuss
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