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Old 01-16-2009, 05:42 PM   #426
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REPORT: SPAGS TO THE RAMS

Posted by Mike Florio on January 17, 2009, 1:54 p.m.

At a time when no one seems to know what the Rams will do by way of hiring a new head coach, Bernie Miklasz of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch does.

Miklasz, a veteran of the Rams beat, says that Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is getting the job.

“Spagnuolo will be the new head coach of the St. Louis Rams,” Miklasz writes. “The Rams and Spagnuolo are currently negotiating the terms of his contract and indications are that we can expect the announcement of the hiring later today.”

There’s no equivocation in the report. Time will tell whether it’s accurate.
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Glad he'll go to the Rams. The Mullets and the Faiders can hire some nitwit from the Ozarks..........
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Old 01-17-2009, 12:30 PM   #429
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Glad he'll go to the Rams. The Mullets and the Faiders can hire some nitwit from the Ozarks..........
I think the Raiders are going to keep Cable and I think that is a good move for them. They played hard for him including winning their last two games and even destroying us and our playoff hopes.

Jamarcus started looking like a decent QB under Cable as well.
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RAIDERS PROMOTE JOHN FASSEL

Posted by Aaron Wilson on January 17, 2009, 11:05 p.m. EST

Although Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis has yet to settle on a head coach, he’s staying busy assembling a coaching staff for the unnamed, er, boss in waiting.

Davis promoted John Fassel, the son of former New York Giants coach Jim Fassel, to special teams coordinator, the Sacramento Bee reports. John Fassel has worked for the Raiders for two seasons, splitting special-teams duties last season with Brian Schneider, who left this week to work in the same capacity at USC.

Fassel has had an easier time finding NFL employment lately than his father, as detailed recently by Pro Football Talk.

However, according to the Bee’s Raiders beat writer Jason Jones, the elder Fassel could be interviewed by Davis for the head coaching position soon. Fassel has previously expressed interest in the Raiders’ job.

Raiders senior executive John Herrera said Saturday that Davis is mulling over “talking to one or two more guys,” and will decide in the near future whether he’ll finalize those interviews.

The only three candidates that have met with Davis whose names have surfaced are interim coach Tom Cable, New York Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride and Green Bay Packers assistant head coach Winston Moss.

Meanwhile, Oakland linebackers coach Don Martindale, who has reportedly drawn interest from the Denver Broncos and the Cleveland Browns, completed his interview with Davis about the Raiders’ defensive coordinator opening Saturday.
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HERM’S STAFF BEGINS TO SCATTER

Posted by Mike Florio on January 18, 2009, 12:17 a.m. EST

With Chiefs coach Herm Edwards continuing to slowly twist in the wind, three members of his staff have left for other jobs.

The most recently potentially former assistant is defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham. He’s scheduled to explore taking the same position in Detroit, where he would be reunited with former Titans defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz.

Cunningham spent three seasons in Tennessee as the meat portion of the sandwich made up of two stints with the Chiefs. The first time around, Cunningham was promoted from defensive coordinator to head coach and then returned in 2004 as defensive coordinator during Dick Vermeil’s tenure.

Previously, secondary coach David Gibbs left for the Texans, and special teams coach Mike Priefer jumped to Denver.

If Edwards stays, the challenge will be to fill those spots with assistants who surely will fear that they might be out of work after only one season.

Meanwhile, we’ve heard that Edwards could land in Indianapolis as defensive coordinator if he’s fired by the Chiefs. Others think that he’d be happy to work as a position coach, primarily since he never has worked as a defensive coordinator.
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RYAN HEADING TO THE JETS

Posted by Mike Florio on January 18, 2009, 11:51 p.m. EST

Now that the Ravens are out of the playoffs, the Jets are free to offer defensive coordinator Rex Ryan the head-coaching job.

Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that the Jets will formally offer the position to Ryan, and that he plans to accept it.

A formal announcement is expected Monday, and a press conference likely will occur on Wednesday.

It remains to be seen whether offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer remains on staff. Several days ago, Adam Schefter of NFL Network suggested that, if Ryan gets the job, Schottenheimer will ask to be released from his contract.
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GIANTS PROMOTE SHERIDAN

Posted by Mike Florio on January 19, 2009, 2:12 p.m.

With Dom Capers telling the Giants “no thanks,” the team moved quickly to find an internal replacement for former defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo.

The Giants have promoted linebackers coach Bill Sheridan to the position.

“Bill is a very good football coach,” coach Tom Coughlin said in a release. “As a linebackers coach, you’re a central figure in the spoke, because you’re involved in the coordination of the front and the linebackers and then the back seven. He has done a good job of encompassing the entire defense and grasping the aggressive style.”

Sheridan has coached the team’s linebackers for four seasons. Coughlin also interviewed defensive backs coach Peter Guinta.
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GIANTS’ HESITATION CAUSED THEM TO LOSE CAPERS

Posted by Mike Florio on January 19, 2009, 12:15 p.m.

As Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported on Sunday night, former Pats assistant coach and two-time expansion team head coach Dom Capers has decided to join the Packers as their new defensive coordinator.

Chris Mortensen of ESPN reports that the Giants, and possibly several other teams, were chasing Capers. Because the Giants hesitated to meet Capers’ salary demands, he opted to jump to the Packers instead.

Per Mort, Capers is still owed $2.6 million from the Fins for 2009. He’ll receive a “discounted” salary in his first season with the Packers, since any money he receives there will only reduce the $2.6 million owed to him by Miami.

Next year, Capers will make more than $2 million.

Mortensen reports that the Giants will now consider internal candidates to replace former defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo, the new head coach of the Rams. But it’s still possible that outside candidates will be replaced.

Capers also might have drawn interest from the Ravens, Cowboys, Jets, and possibly the Chiefs.
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WARD HAS “SLIGHT” MCL SPRAIN

Posted by Mike Florio on January 19, 2009, 10:27 p.m. EST

The Ravens had been trying to get Steelers Hines Ward for the past few years.

They finally got him, though they envisioned something a bit more foreful.

Ward suffered a knee injury while being tackled in the first half of Sunday night’s AFC title game. He returned for a bit, but then left for the rest of the game.

Per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Ward has a “slight” MCL sprain in his right knee.

If it truly is a slight sprain, Ward undoubtedly will play in Super Bowl XLIII. Until they’re sure that he’ll be available, it might be wise to teach rookie Limas Sweed how to, you know, catch a football.
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The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday that Ron Meeks, their defensive coordinator for the past seven years, has resigned.

The move sets up new coach Jim Caldwell to hire a top defensive assistant who could lead the team away from the Tampa 2 defense that Tony Dungy was known for and look to add some size to a team that's put a premium on speed on defense.
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PITTSBURGH -- Hines Ward needs extensive work to rehabilitate his sprained right knee for the Super Bowl, but Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin still expects the wide receiver to play.

"We're definitely not going to count him out," Tomlin said Tuesday. "We're going to save a seat on the bus for 86."

Ward, the Steelers' career receiving leader, sprained a medial collateral ligament while making a catch in the first quarter of the AFC Championship Game against Baltimore on Sunday night. If the Steelers played this week, he may not have been ready.
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Jim Fassel must be a jerk or hard to work with or something ... he deserves better than he's getting, plus he got canned in Baltimore mid-season by Billick
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The Indianapolis Colts announced Tuesday that Ron Meeks, their defensive coordinator for the past seven years, has resigned.

The move sets up new coach Jim Caldwell to hire a top defensive assistant who could lead the team away from the Tampa 2 defense that Tony Dungy was known for and look to add some size to a team that's put a premium on speed on defense.
Hello Herm Edwards.
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CABLE LAYING CLAIMS TO RAIDERS JOB?

Posted by Mike Florio on January 21, 2009, 3:29 p.m. EST

As the only (for now) NFL head-coaching vacancy nears a full month in duration, there are signs that interim coach Tom Cable could be getting the job.

Adam Schefter of NFL Network reports that Cable is a “prime candidate” for the position, and possibly “the” prime candidate.

Cable’s contract has expired, but he’s nevertheless at the Senior Bowl, assisting in the scouting on the incoming draft class and interviewing potential assistant coaches.

Other candidates who have interviewed include Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbride and Packers assistant head coach/linebackers Winston Moss. There’s some suspicion, however, that both men primarily were being eyeballed as potential candidates for coordinator jobs, and that they were interviewed for the head-coaching position in order to prevent their current teams from blocking the sessions.

Falcons receivers coach Terry Robiskie also was mentioned as a possible candidate, but to date he hasn’t been interviewed.

Schefter also reports that former linebackers coach Don Martindale has joined the Broncos, and never was a candidate for the head-coaching position in Oakland, despite recent reports to the contrary.

We figured that Martindale was a lock for the job, based on the notion (as a reader recently articulated in the comments) that the primary trait for the head-coaching gig in Oakland is that no one has previously ever heard of the candidate.
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RAVENS HOPING FOR HOMETOWN DISCOUNT FROM LEWIS

Posted by Mike Florio on January 21, 2009, 1:37 p.m. EST

Our newest addition Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times sends word from the Ravens’ end-of-season press conference that owner Steve Bisciotti said that the team wants to keep linebacker Ray Lewis, and hopes that Lewis will give the team a hometown discount.

Lewis recently has been linked to the Cowboys as a potential destination in 2009.

Bisciotti also said he won’t get involved in the looming negotiations with the 13-year veteran, who will become a free agent for the first time in his career absent a new contract or the use of the franchise tag.

In the past, the Ravens have in some cases opted not to use the franchise tag, which restricts the movement of otherwise unrestricted free agents. Whether they’d use it on Lewis remains to be seen.

The Ravens also are facing the potential departure of linebackers Terrell Suggs and Bart Scott.

The team used the franchise tag on Suggs last year, and despite rumors of a side deal pursuant to which they won’t use it on him again, we’ve been told be a source with knowledge of the situation that no such promise has been made.
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I remember something about Jim Fassel telling Davis he wanted the HC job in Oakland earlier this season. He won't get hired because even Al Davis knows you have to be an idiot to GO LOOKING for the raiders job.
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RAIDERS TALKING TO AL SAUNDERS

Posted by Josh Alper on January 21, 2009, 6:09 p.m. EST

Former Rams offensive coordinator Al Saunders is set to interview with the Raiders. Although one can never say for sure what Al Davis is planning, it is believed that he’s being considered for the coordinator position and not the head coaching job.

Saunders and Davis have met before. In 2006, Saunders was a candidate for the head coaching job that eventually went to Art Shell.

“We anticipate giving him an interview within the next day or two,” Raiders senior executive John Herrera said Tuesday.

Saunders was an offensive assistant with the Chargers from 1983-86 and the team’s head coach from 1986-88. He was also a Chiefs assistant from 1989-98 and 2001-05. The Rams averaged a modest 287 yards per game in 2008, though that was still 15 more than the Raiders could muster. The Raiders scored two more points per game, however.

Lane Kiffin and Cable called the plays, not offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, in 2008. It remains to be seen who will do the playcalling next season if Cable retains the job.

UPDATE: As several readers pointed out, Knapp did call plays for a stretch after Kiffin was fired but Cable eventually relieved him of those duties.
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Al Saunders would be an ideal fit for Al Davis.
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DAN MORGAN PLANNING A COMEBACK

Posted by Mike Florio on January 21, 2009, 7:50 p.m.

After sitting out all of the 2008 season and playing only four games in two years before that, linebacker Dan Morgan is eyeing a comeback.

Per a league source, Morgan intends to return to the New Orleans Saints.

Morgan, who turned 30 last month, was a first-round pick of the Panthers in 2001. He retired earlier this year after signing a free-agent contract with the Saints.

His career was plagued by concussions, but it was a lingering Achilles’ tendon injury that prompted him to call it quits.

“When we signed Dan, he was committed to making a fresh start, and he was making every effort to rehabilitate the leg injury that he suffered last year,” coach Sean Payton said when Morgan decided to retire in May. ”But it wasn’t responding as well as he had hoped it would. We wish him well in his continued recovery, and he will be remembered for the excellent player he was during his career.”

Presumably, Morgan remains on the Saints’ reserve-retired list. If the Saints were to release his rights, he would become a free agent.
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RUMORS FLY THAT LEBEAU IS READY TO RETIRE

Posted by Mike Florio on January 23, 2009, 11:39 a.m.

There are mounting rumblings in league circles that Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau could be retiring after next weekend’s Super Bowl.

We first caught wind of the talk on Thursday, and our initial snooping didn’t result in anyone telling us that it was a crazy suggestion — especially since LeBeau is 71. (I hope I look as good as LeBeau when I’m 71. Hell, I’m only 43 and I don’t look as good as LeBeau at 71.)

We opted to post the item because a reader advises that Tim Ryan and Pat Kirwan of Sirius NFL Radio were talking on-air about the rumors today.

LeBeau, whose NFL playing and coaching career spans half of a century, deserves serious consideration for the Hall of Fame if the Steelers win another Super Bowl on his watch.

And the strong possibility that Super Bowl XLIII could be the final game of a distinguished career might motivate one or more Steelers defenders to attempt to pummel Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner into retirement, too.
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LINEHAN TO THE LIONS

Posted by Mike Florio on January 23, 2009, 1:17 p.m.

Scott Linehan is returning to the general vicinity of his greatest professional exploits.

The NFC North.

According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, Linehan will become the next offensive coordinator of the Detroit Lions.

Five years ago, Linehan helped Vikings quarterback Daunte Culpepper put together one of the best regular seasons in league history, with a passer rating in excess of 110. But for an even better season from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, Culpepper would have been the obvious choice for MVP.

Though Culpepper and Linehan are now reunited in Detroit, the reunion might not last for long. Culpepper is due to receive a $2.5 million roster bonus in March.

And as to anyone who might think that Culpepper’s stellar 2004 season had more to do with the presence of Randy Moss, we’ve got two responses.

First, Moss missed several games that year with a bad hamstring. And Culpepper was nevertheless solid his absence.
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KNOCKING DOWN THE LEBEAU RETIREMENT TALK

Posted by Mike Florio on January 23, 2009, 10:12 p.m. EST

We pointed out earlier today that there are rumors making the rounds that Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, 71, could retire after the Super Bowl.

A reader pointed out to us that LeBeau recently addressed his future in an interview with Sporting News. So we tapped into Editor-in-Chief Jeff D’Alessio’s recall, and he told us that the interview appeared in the December 22, 2008 issue.

(By the way, the December 22 issue was one of the best we’ve ever seen, including a fascinating tribute to 18 figures in the sports world who died in 2008, with narratives from prominent sports figure who knew them.)

The final question posed to LeBeau at page 71 is this: “How much longer will you coach?”

The response? “As long as someone wants me to coach. I still enjoy doing it. You have to enjoy what you’re doing, especially if you’re working past retirement.”

So when LeBeau is asked the inevitable question next week as to whether he’s planning to retire, we suspect that the answer will sound something like that.

Moreover, a source close to LeBeau tells us that the 50-year NFL playing and coaching veteran has shown no indication that he has any intention of retiring after the season ends.
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FISHER GIVES COLLINS REASSURANCE

Posted by Sheil Kapadia on January 25, 2009, 3:17 p.m. EST

Jeff Fisher has made it clear to Kerry Collins that he wants him back as the starter in 2009, but the Titans have not yet started negotiations with the free-agent quarterback, a team source tells ESPN’s Chris Mortensen.

Earlier this month, Collins said he’d retire if he couldn’t find a starting job.

“I made my case known, that I’d like to be here and feel that I can be a part of several more good seasons,” Collins told The Tennessean. “I have several good years left in me, I know that. I will pack up and go somewhere else. I don’t want to, but that’s the reality of this business. . . . I am a starter in this league and if nothing materializes that way I will retire.’’

Another interesting note from Mortensen is that Tennessee is high on Chris Simms and wants to re-sign him. A report in the Chicago Sun Times says Simms could also draw interest from the Bears.

These moves would further cloud Vince Young’s future in Tennessee, if that’s possible.

For whatever it’s worth, a team source told Mortensen Young has promised to have a good attitude and work ethic this offseason.
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JETS ADD ANOTHER COACH

Posted by Josh Alper on January 25, 2009, 5:45 p.m. EST
Several former members of the Jets coaching staff have followed Eric Mangini to Cleveland, now a former Browns coach is making the opposite move. Adam Schefter is reporting that Anthony Lynn will join the Jets as running backs coach.
Lynn won two Super Bowls with the Broncos as a backup running back and then joined their staff in 2000. He went on to coach running backs for Jacksonville and Dallas before spending the last two seasons on the Browns staff. Bill Parcells, for whom Lynn worked in Dallas, wanted to hire him in Miami before the 2008 season, but Lynn signed an extension with the Browns instead.
If reports of Henry Ellard and Dennis Thurman joining the Jets staff are true, Rex Ryan’s hired seven coaches since his introductory press conference on Wednesday.
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