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Earlier tonight, David Haugh of the Chicago Tribune reported that the Bears have two finalists for their head-coaching job. That number may actually be three. According to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians al…Share Tweet
Tim Tebow’s brother apologizes for gloating over Broncos’ lossprofootballtalk.com Jan 14, 2013Tim Tebow’s big brother is sorry for taking delight in the loss of Tebow’s former team. Peter Tebow went on Twitter immediately after the Broncos’ loss to the Ravens on Saturday and said he was happy to see the Broncos lose. He also took a shot at PShare TweetJohn Fox would tell Peyton Manning to take the knee again.Share TweetESPN.com Jan 14, 2013Ryan Grigson took a hit when his right hand man in the Indianapolis front office, Tom Telesco, was hired as the general manager of the San Diego Chargers. “Tom will be great in San Diego,” said ESPN analyst Bill Polian, who ran the Colts before GrigsoShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 14, 2013Broncos coach John Fox says quarterback Peyton Manning does not deserve the blame for Saturday’s loss to the Ravens. The Broncos’ secondary, however, is another story. Fox acknowledged at his season-ending press conference today that it took a major sShare TweetESPN.com Jan 14, 2013Sunday marked my third trip to Foxborough this season. I saw the Patriots score 142 points in one win over the Colts and two over the Texans. No doubt the people and pets in our final slideshow from the 2012 NFL season were disappointed with the final g…Share Tweet
Instead of Tom Brady vs. Peyton Manning in the AFC title game, the consolation prize is Tom Brady vs. Ray Lewisnydailynews.com Jan 14, 2013It’s a bit of a letdown that Tom Brady and Peyton Manning won’t battle it out in the AFC Championship Game next week with a chance for Manning to close the gap on Brady on the list of the all-time greats.Share TweetCNNSI.com Jan 14, 2013Disappointed in how the playoffs' started? With offense everywhere and legends making their mark, for good and bad, the divisional round easily made up for it, writes Peter King.Share Tweet