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Seven hyped NFL teams that could crash and burn in 2018

This time in the NFL is all about teams enhancing their rosters through both free agency and the upcoming draft. It is also time that teams tend to check in on some players recovering from injuries who are expected to play in 2018.This flurry of activity can’t help but get fans hyped for their favorite teams to play this year. But let’s all calm down a little. Will last year’s huge...
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All the major coaching changes in the NFL in 2018

Because most NFL coaching changes happen in January, those moves can often be overshadowed by the postseason and – subsequently – the major moves that teams makes in free agency. However, those coaching changes shouldn’t be overlooked.A year ago, 15 of the league’s 32 teams made changes to at least one of their head coach, offensive coordinator, or defensive coordinator spots, and...
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Ten stories making headlines in NFL free agency

It seems that NFL free agency ended before it really got going. Prior to the official start of the new league year on Wednesday, multiple high-end free agents had already agreed to sign with new teams. Meanwhile, the trade market was more active than we’ve ever seen around the league.From Kirk Cousins signing the richest contract in NFL history to Richard Sherman trading in his Seattle...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Winners and losers from the NFL's legal tampering period

The past couple of days have resulted in some monumental shifts in power around the league as players have unofficially agreed to new deals with teams during the NFL legal tampering period. Starting on Wednesday at noon Eastern, those deals can become official.Among them, Kirk Cousins has reportedly settled on his new team and is about to cash in like none before him. The Windy City...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Mitch Trubisky ‘really excited’ to play for Matt Nagy

The Chicago Bears hired Matt Nagy away from Andy Reid’s staff in Kansas City over two months ago, and now young quarterback Mitch Trubisky is chiming in about the hire.Hint: He loves it.Speaking on WSCR Tuesday evening, Trubisky revealed he and Nagy had previously connected before the 2017 NFL Draft and that he is absolutely thrilled to be playing for him now.“I was really excited...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Bears have interest in WR Albert Wilson

The Bears have “real” interest in free agent wide receiver Albert Wilson, according to Adam Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times (Twitter link). Wilson, 24, spent the first four years of his career in the Chiefs working under now-Bears head coach Matt Nagy, so he’d clearly offer scheme familiarity if he were to land in Chicago. Indeed, Kansas City general manager Brett Veach even pointed...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs' Travis Kelce compares new Bears head coach to Doug Pederson

The Chicago Bears will be coached by Matt Nagy who was last the Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator in 2017. After a productive year working with Nagy, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce had these comments to share. Along the way, Kelce gave Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson a sweet shout-out.“I think Matt’s a hell of a coach,” Kelce said, via the the Chicago Bears official...
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February 13, 2018  |  Discuss

Coaching Notes: Patricia adds to staff; Hines Ward nearly Steelers' WR coach?

Matt Patricia is already adding to his new coaching staff. Pete Thamel of Yahoo Sports reports (via Twitter) that the Lions have hired Paul Pasqualoni. The coach’s role in Detroit is unclear, although Charean Williams of ProFootballTalk.com wonders if he could be the team’s new defensive coordinator.Pasqualoni, 68, has bounced between the NFL and NCAA during his long coaching career...
Via Pro Football Rumors
February 05, 2018  |  Discuss

Bears hire offensive coordinator

Mark Helfrich spent his 2017 out of football. Now, he’s back on the sidelines. And in the NFL.The Chicago Bears hired the former Oregon head coach as offensive coordinator. He’s among the many big hires for new head coach Matt Nagy, who is looking to get the Bears out of the NFC North basement. Known for the quick, high-flying offenses in Oregon, Helfrich will most likely merge his...
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January 11, 2018  |  Discuss

Bears hire Mark Helfrich as offensive coordinator

Matt Nagy‘s staff is starting to come together. The Bears have hired former Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich to be their new offensive coordinator, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). The Bears’ offensive scheme figures to be a mix of the west coast offense and the spread offense, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets. That’s roughly the style that Nagy employed in Kansas...
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January 11, 2018  |  Discuss

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