• Around the NFC West: Coaches' breakfast

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Mar 20, 2013
    The NFC head coaches have their breakfast Wednesday. It also is the day when the NFC coaches have breakfast with the media. The morning will begin with the annual AFC head coaches' media breakfast. My breakfast game plan was simple: Spend 15 minutes at the table of each rookie head coach and find out a few things about each hire that I didn't know before I sat down. Tuesday morning was the media's chance to share breakfast with the AFC head coaches at the NFL annual meeting, and it just happens to work out that there's a rookie head coach in each of the conference's four divisions: Jacksonville's Gus Bradley in the AFC South, San Diego's Mike McCoy in the West, Buffalo's Doug Marrone in the East, and Cleveland's Rob Chudzinski in the North. . But I left Bradley's table convinced that West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith is at least a possibility for the No. 2 Jaguars. Not a likelihood. But a possibility. Big deal, right? Just a team doing its due diligence, and maybe feigning interest in Smith in the hopes of smoking out a trade partner willing to move up to the No. 2 slot in pursuit of Smith.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Waiting to hear from NFC South coaches

      Wednesday is the final day of the NFL owners meeting. It also is the day when the NFC coaches have breakfast with the media. That will come a little bit later because breakfast starts later in Arizona. But as soon as the reports start coming in, we’ll b
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Banks: Some revealing nuggets from the four rookie AFC coaches

      Don Banks had one goal at Tuesday's owners meetings: meet with each of the AFC's rookie head coaches, and learn something about their mindset. The results were interesting.
      Source: CNNSI.com

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