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Resurgent Niners trail Giants in San Fran fervorUpdated Feb 13 Share Tweet
The 49ers made it to their sixth Super Bowl this year, 18 years after their last trip to the title game. But the success of the San Francisco football team apparently hasn’t fired up the San Francisco fan base. Ann Killion of the San Francisco Chronic
Seahawks adjust coaching staff, sign Will BlackmonUpdated Feb 13 Share TweetThe Seattle Seahawks officially announced the additions of defensive line coach Travis Jones and Nick Sorensen as a coaching assistant and special teams coach on Wednesday. Jones’ addition had been expected for two weeks while Sorensen is a new addition
Matt Ryan’s left shoulder has recoveredUpdated Feb 13 Share TweetThe end of the Falcons season was doubly painful for quarterback Matt Ryan. Not only was he unable to stop the 49ers from coming back for a 28-24 victory in the NFC Championship Game, he also suffered an injury to his left shoulder in the final minutes …Share TweetPHILADELPHIA (AP) -- The Philadelphia Eagles have hired Tom Gamble to be vice president of player personnel.Share TweetIn taking over a 2-14 Chiefs team, new coach Andy Reid has a lot of decisions to make, from the draft to starting quarterback. Dennis Dillon offers a blueprint for what lies ahead.Source: CNNSI.comShare TweetArizona Cardinals Quarterback Kevin Kolb would like to stick with the Cardinals, but not at the expense of a better contract, writes Darren Urban of azcardinals.com. Kent Somers of azcentral.com also weighed in on Kolb's contract situation. Somers: &quo…Source: ESPN.com
NFL32OT: Love Is In The AirFeb 13Episode 268: Mike Hill and Chris Mortensen discuss NFL 'couples' that should stay together or break up. Adam Schefter breaks down Joe Flacco's contract situation. The NFL32 crew discuss how the Cardinals should handle Kevin Kolb's contract.
The Sports Guy's readers sound off on PEDsFeb 13The readers weigh in on one of sports' biggest issues.