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Eagles undeterred by failed effort to lure college coach
profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 12, 2013
As the Eagles press “reset” again on their coaching search, they’re not surprised by where they currently are - and they’re undeterred by their failure to persuade one of three college coaches to seriously consider the job. Per a source with knoUpvote Share Tweet
The Philadelphia Eagles interviewed Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley for their head coaching vacancy on Saturday in Atlanta, USA Today Sports reported, citing a source informed of the meeting.Upvote Share Tweet
The Philadelphia Eagles Can't Buy A Coachdeadspin.com Jan 12, 2013We've had our laughs about the various coaching firings and hirings in the NFL in the wake of the NFL's Black Monday: Getting rid of Lovie Smith made no sense, Rex Ryan went to the Bahamas and everyone thought maybe he'd been fired, Doug Marrone got hir…Upvote Share Tweet
Eagles focus on making chicken saladprofootballtalk.com Jan 12, 2013The Eagles are getting rattled. Though transparent at times regarding their coaching search, the Eagles also are using the guise of transparency as a way to spin public opinion - in the hopes of creating the impression that the team that hasn’t hiredUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 12, 2013Calvin Watkins of ESPNDallas.com examines today's news that Cowboys owner Jerry Jones might be trying to push tight-ends coach John Garrett, older brother of Dallas head coach Jason Garrett, out of his job. Jones has followed through on his promise of c…Upvote Share TweetThe Eagles have yet to hire a head coach, but they’ve helped get four guys paid handsomely. First, it was Andy Reid, the 14-year coach who was fired by Philly on a Monday and hired a few days later in Kansas City, with a five-year deal. Next, a pair ofUpvote Share TweetNFL Commissioner Roger Goodell says he doesn't have a problem with the way the Washington Redskins medical staff handled Robert Griffin III's knee injury.Upvote Share Tweet
No. 1 Duke Suffers First Loss To Some Team Or Other As Nation Revels In Annual Guilty Pleasuredeadspin.com Jan 12, 2013It's not the Yankees losing in the divisionals, nor a conference rival pantsing Alabama midseason. Nor is it quite the Lakers fizzling in May, or the Cowboys losing year after year after year after delicious year. More »Upvote Share Tweet
Griffin’s knee creates more concern than advertisedprofootballtalk.com Jan 12, 2013And now we know why Dr. James Andrews is pumping the brakes regarding the presumption that Robert Griffin III will become Adrian Peterson II. Per a league source, there is much greater concern regarding Griffin’s knee than anyone connected to the RedskiUpvote Share Tweet
What's next in the Philadelphia Eagles' coaching search?Jan 12Michael Lombardi talks about the latest news surrounding the Philadelphia Eagles' head coaching search. Is Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley slated to replace Andy Reid?
Seahawks' Coordinators Interviewing For JobsJan 12Adam Schefter discusses the latest on Seahawks' offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley interviewing for head-coaching jobs.
Jim Trotter: Kaepernick answers another question with dazzling playoff deb…Jan 12SAN FRANCISCO -- Perhaps 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh is a football savant, because his decision to change starting quarterbacks midway through the season is, for the time being, proving to be as cunning as it was calculated.
NFL playoffs -- Peyton Manning, Denver Broncos choked in historic fashion …Jan 12Peyton Manning and the Broncos victimized themselves with a choke job for the ages against the Baltimore Ravens.