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PFT on NBC Sports Network: Jeff Fisher, Mike Shanahan and Pete Carroll
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 20, 2013
The league meetings have come to an end, but we were able to catch up with three NFL coaches before they headed back home for interviews. Rams coach Jeff Fisher, Redskins coach Mike Shanahan and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll all spoke to Mike Florio for W…Share Tweet
The new 'crown of the helmet' rule change has been controversial, to say the least, but it shouldn't be. Don Banks explains why the rule's detractors are missing the point.Share TweetIt’s not the league’s fight, commissioner says at the NFL owners meetings.Share Tweet
Jeff Fisher: 'They've gotta play us, too'ESPN.com Mar 20, 2013PHOENIX -- Jeff Fisher's St. Louis Rams were tough on the NFC West last season. They went 4-1-1 against a division producing two playoff teams. 2012 Rams by Opponent (Per Game) So, when a certain NFC West blogger asked Fisher whether he perked up when t…Share Tweet
Fallout from Jared Cook's move to the RamsESPN.com Mar 20, 2013PHOENIX -- The Tennessee Titans knew re-signing Jared Cook would be rough when the sides couldn't initially agree over a basic detail. Should Cook be paid like a tight end or a wide receiver? "And really, I didn't want to mess with it," Titans…Share Tweet
Wednesday morning one-linersprofootballtalk.com Mar 20, 2013The Bills hope more police on patrol at Ralph Wilson Stadium will make games a more family-friendly atmosphere. Shortly after OT Jake Long signed with the Rams, the Dolphins re-signed versatile offensive lineman Nate Garner. Asked how S Adrian Wilson co…Share TweetNotebook • Versatile offensive lineman accepts deal with Titans.Share TweetCNNSI.com Mar 20, 2013PHOENIX (AP) -- Concerned with how it will be officiated, NFL owners delayed voting Tuesday on a rule change that would ban offensive players from using the crown of their helmets against defenders in the open field.Share TweetChange is expected in a vote today at a meeting of NFL owners.Share Tweet