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Bevell, Bradley remain on Bears' coaching radar

Bevell, Bradley remain on Bears' coaching radar

CNNSI.com Updated Jan 14, 2013
CHICAGO (AP) -- Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell will interview a second time for the Chicago Bears' coaching job.
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  • Gus Bradley due to interview with the Jaguars later this week

    Gus Bradley due to interview with the Jaguars later this week

    profootballtalk.com Jan 14, 2013
    The Eagles will conduct a second interview with Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley on Tuesday.  And while that’s being interpreted as a sign that the Eagles are closing in on hiring Bradley, Bradley is still making other plans. Albert Breer of
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  • Eagles proceed with Jay Gruden interview, not Bruce Arians

    Eagles proceed with Jay Gruden interview, not Bruce Arians

    profootballtalk.com Jan 14, 2013
    The Eagles proceed with their coaching search, battling a perception that they don’t have a plan.  Even if they actually do. Whatever the plan, it apparently doesn’t include Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians.  According to CSNPhilly.com, Aria
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  • Ken Whisenhunt latest to talk with Eagles

    Ken Whisenhunt latest to talk with Eagles

    The Philadelphia Eagles announced Monday that they have interviewed former Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt for their vacant head-coaching position. Whisenhunt, who coached the Cardinals for six seasons and went to one Super Bowl (famously beating…
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  • Giants should think offensive line in draft

    Giants should think offensive line in draft

    ESPN.com Jan 14, 2013
    It's early for draft talk, but then again it's never too early for draft talk, so how about a look at the New York Giants, who hold the No. 19 pick in the first round. The Giants have not drafted an offensive lineman in the first round since 1999, but I…
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  • I Am Legend: 'Youth will be served,' they say. Don't tell that……

    I Am Legend: 'Youth will be served,' they say. Don't tell that…

    CNNSI.com Jan 14, 2013
    'Youth will be served,' they say. Don't tell that to Tom Brady. Surrounded by the future at QB in these playoffs, he won't give up his legacy without a fight, Michael Rosenberg writes.
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  • Is any playcaller a good playcaller in Dallas?

    Is any playcaller a good playcaller in Dallas?

    ESPN.com Jan 14, 2013
    With Norv Turner apparently off to Cleveland, the Dallas Cowboys will not be getting the No. 1 offensive coordinator on the market this offseason. Whether they wanted him or not, whether he'd have been a good fit in Dallas or not, these things are irrel…
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  • Redskins Weekly Social Media Spotlight

    Redskins Weekly Social Media Spotlight

    redskins.com Jan 14, 2013
    The 2012 season will be remembered by the performances of two Pro Bowl-caliber rookies, a NFC East Championship, “sky-is-the-limit” expectations and, ultimately, a first-round exit at home. Success? Maybe. Step in the right direction? Absolutely. We a
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  • Review: The issues with the Eagles job

    Review: The issues with the Eagles job

    ESPN.com Jan 14, 2013
    We have been discussing this here for some time. But with the rest of the outside world beginning to catch on (Read: Peter King, No. 9 in "Ten Things I Think I Think") and with Twitter followers now asking me for explanations instead of just c…
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  • Breakfast links: The Eagles and Brian Billick

    Breakfast links: The Eagles and Brian Billick

    ESPN.com Jan 14, 2013
    Pretty special weekend of NFL football, was it not? See, you guys don't ever want to believe me, but you really can have fun watching games when you don't care who wins. Anyway, to the business at hand. The Cowboys have tinkered with their coaching staf…
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  • Erasing Playoff Demons, One Atlanta Player at a Time

    Erasing Playoff Demons, One Atlanta Player at a Time

    nytimes.com Jan 14, 2013
    Crushing playoff defeats have been the norm for a franchise that hasn't had much luck or success in the N.F.L. But a wild finish against Seattle could be a turning point for the Falcons.
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  • Video - Philadelphia Eagles' search continues 00:47

    Philadelphia Eagles' search continues

    Jan 14
    Ian Rapoport joins "Around the League" with an update on the Philadelphia Eagles' search for a new head coach.
  • Video - Philadelphia Eagles' search continues 00:47

    Philadelphia Eagles' search continues

    Jan 14
    Ian Rapoport joins "Around the League" with an update on the Philadelphia Eagles' search for a new head coach.
  • Video - Billick A Viable Candidate For Eagles? 01:04

    Billick A Viable Candidate For Eagles?

    Jan 14
    Adam Schefter discusses whether Brian Billick is a legitimate candidate for Philadelphia's head-coaching position.

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