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  • Falcons hire Seahawks DC Dan Quinn as next coach

    Falcons hire Seahawks DC Dan Quinn as next coach
    ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Falcons' long wait for new leadership on the field finally ended Monday when Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn was named the team's coach. The Falcons said Quinn will be introduced at a news conference on Tuesday....
  • NFL reportedly probing Atlanta Falcons' alleged use of fake crowd noise

    NFL reportedly probing Atlanta Falcons' alleged use of fake crowd noise
    Move over 'Deflategate.' There's a new investigation rocking the NFL. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the NFL is looking into whether the Atlanta Falcons used artificial crowd noise during their home games at the Georgia Dome during the...
  • John Fox, Broncos sever ties

    John Fox, Broncos sever ties
    The Denver Broncos severed ties with coach John Fox on Monday, the team announced. Fox’s availability inevitably will spark speculation involving the Bears’ coaching vacancy, given his pre-existing connections to Bears consultant Ernie...
  • All quiet on the John Fox front? Nothing to worry about just yet

    If your memory has grown hazy, the YouTube clip is still out there as a refresher, documenting the embarrassing twist from a bungled Chicago Bears coaching search from late in the 20th century. Dave Wannstedt had been fired after the 1998 season and...
  • Bears pick Adam Gase to be offensive coordinator

    John Fox’s push to fill out his Chicago Bears coaching staff took another big step forward Wednesday with the hiring of Adam Gase as offensive coordinator. Gase, who went through a formal interview for the position Wednesday at Halas Hall, will...
  • Bears GM-coach hiring timeline

    Hard to believe it has been less than three weeks since coach Marc Trestman and general Phil Emery presided over the Bears' last game of the 2014 season. So much has changed since then. Dec. 28: Bears lose 13-9 at Minnesota to finish 5-11. Dec. 29:...
  • Falcons agree to 5-year deal with Seahawks' Dan Quinn: report

    Falcons agree to 5-year deal with Seahawks' Dan Quinn: report
    ATLANTA -- Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has agreed to a five-year deal to become the Atlanta Falcons coach, a person familiar with the negotiations said on Monday. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the...
  • On The Fly: Super Bowl Monday Doesn't Deserve Holiday Status

    On The Fly: Super Bowl Monday Doesn't Deserve Holiday Status
    On this Monday after the Super Bowl, there remain people who believe this should be a national holiday. They say that the Super Bowl celebrates a distinctive American tradition. I disagree on the merits of it being a national holiday. The Super Bowl was...
  • Seahawks defense in conversation as one of NFL's best ever

    Seahawks defense in conversation as one of NFL's best ever
    PHOENIX — In the Valley of the Sun, which remained a rumor Saturday, people lined up to buy umbrellas and plastic ponchos. They laughed about packing shorts and sandals. For another overcast day leading to Super Bowl XLIX, the skies remained as...
  • Seattle's Hauschka Kicking Against His Once-Favorite Team

     Seattle's Hauschka Kicking Against His Once-Favorite Team
    When Adam Vinatieri booted the game-winning field goal that secured the Patriots their first Super Bowl title in 2002, a high school kid in Needham, Mass., was celebrating. Steven Hauschka, a 16-year-old soccer and lacrosse player, was a huge Patriots...
  • East Stroudsburg's Glenn experiencing high with Seahawks

    East Stroudsburg's Glenn experiencing high with Seahawks
    John Glenn, the football coach, seemingly is flying higher these days than John Glenn, the astronaut, ever did. He hasn't come back to earth, in fact. That kind of thing can happen when you go from doing freelance work 3,000 miles from home to the staff...