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AFC West News and Rumors
profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 18, 2013
Less than three weeks after he was fired as offensive coordinator of the Raiders, Greg Knapp is back in the AFC West. The Broncos have announced that Knapp is their new quarterbacks coach. Knapp fills the spot on the coaching staff that became vacant wh…Upvote Share Tweet
The Chargers’ new head coach Mike McCoy has settled on his defensive coordinator. It’s the same guy who ran things on that side of the ball for Norv Turner. The Chargers announced Friday that John Pagano will stay with the team for the 2013 season. PaUpvote Share Tweet
NFL says it is considering changes to Rooney RuleCNNSI.com Jan 18, 2013Jim Caldwell nearly went undefeated as a rookie coach in Indianapolis three years ago and he's one win away from returning to the Super Bowl as an assistant with Baltimore.Upvote Share Tweetnytimes.com Jan 18, 2013Eight N.F.L. teams hired coaches in the past few weeks. Not a single hire was African-American.Upvote Share TweetThe Philip Rivers Reclamation Project continued to add to its arsenal on Friday morning. Sports Illustrated reported that Frank Reich will become San Diego’s quarterbacks coach. The former longtime quality backup quarterback was Arizona’s receivers coUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 18, 2013Trent Dilfer understands what John Fox was thinking last Saturday night. There has been a lot of made of the way the Denver Broncos staggered into overtime of an eventual 38-35 double overtime loss to visiting Baltimore in the AFC Divisional playoffs. W…Upvote Share Tweet
Kerry J. Byrne: Changes on offense fueling Ravens, Niners in playoffsJan 18The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers each made major and even controversial decisions on offense this year.
Chadiha: Progress for minority coaches stallsJan 18The Rooney Rule helped, but the NFL needs another push on hiring minority coaches.
Peter King: Ravens owe consistent success to 'other' HarbaughJan 18ATLANTA -- I'll be spending the weekend covering the NFC Championship Game, but before I get too heavy into Niners-Falcons, I wanted to write about the most under-appreciated single person of the NFL weekend: John Harbaugh.
Don Banks: History not on Ravens' side as they try to get revenge on Patri…Jan 18The Baltimore Ravens have worked hard and admirably persevered through multiple challenges this season to get back to the same position they were in last year: playing at New England in the AFC Championship game. But history says the chances of the outc…