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Possible Arizona Cardinals coaching target Todd Haley expected to interview with NY Jets
The Cardinals aren't the only team interested in hiring former Chiefs coach Todd Haley. Haley was expected to arrive in New York on Wednesday evening and meet with Jets officials Thursday. The Cardinals also are interested in talking to Haley about a position on the offensive staff. Both teams also have offensive coordinators, so it's unknown exactly what Haley's role might be with either team.
How the Rams could knock down Cardinals - NFC West Blog - ESPN
The St. Louis Rams continue to interview backup candidates while waiting to find out whether Jeff Fisher will accept their offer to become head coach. They have reportedly received permission to speak with Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski. Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen has also been on their radar. Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden was another possibility until withdrawing from consideration. What about Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton? He interviewed for the job and reportedly made a positive impression. He owns but one season of experience at the coordinator level, an obvious concern. But if the Rams felt as though Horton were right for the job, his hiring would qualify as a "win" for them in more ways than one.
Joe Buck Explains The Super Bowl, And Announcers Pulling Their Groin - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
Joe Buck is one of the best announcers in sports, but as with anybody that's rich and famous and ubiquitous, a lot of people don't like him. Or specifically, they don't like how serious he sounds all the time. Even during some of the craziest moments in sports, he sounds like such an adult. No play proves the skeptic's point better than this one, from Super Bowl 42:
Jay Gruden, Bengals Agree On Contract Extension, According To Report - SBNation.com
Jay Gruden was reportedly a candidate for at least one head coaching job but the Bengals have given him a raise and a contract extension to keep him in Cincinnati.
Joe Flacco Not Too Happy With His Media Coverage - From Our Editors - SBNation.com
Joe Flacco apparently isn't very happy with the media coverage of him. The Ravens QB spoke to the press on Wednesday, four days before Baltimore hosts the Houston Texans in the divisional round of the playoffs and he expressed some frustration towards reporters.
Jets expected to simplify playbook for Sanchez | ProFootballTalk
Mark Sanchez isn’t going to respond to the latest barrage of attacks against him. A Jets spokesmen told ESPNNewYork.com that Sanchez doesn’t comment on anonymous sources.