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  • Clancy Pendergast part of Redskins' defensive coordinator search

    Clancy Pendergast part of Redskins' defensive coordinator search
    The Washington Redskins interviewed former Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast on Jan. 9 as part of their search for Jim Haslett's replacement, a person with knowledge of the situation confirmed. Pendergast, most recently Southern...
  • Bears coach John Fox isn't a QB expert, but he manages them well

    Bears coach John Fox isn't a QB expert, but he manages them well
    Jake Delhomme's work day usually started before sunrise. The Panthers quarterback from 2003-09 would pull into team headquarters around 6 a.m. and grab a cup of coffee, maybe loosen up in the hot tub. Then he'd settle into the film room to continue...
  • Mike Ditka, 1985 Bears players detail team's excessive painkiller use

    Mike Ditka, 1985 Bears players detail team's excessive painkiller use
    There have been numerous stories about the 1985 Chicago Bears, but none quite like this. The upcoming edition of “Real Sports” (9 p.m. Tuesday, HBO) will feature a report by Bryant Gumbel that chronicles the players on that team using ...
  • Peyton Manning reportedly won't play in Pro Bowl because of injury

    Peyton Manning won't be returning to the Super Bowl this year, and it appears he won't be playing in the Pro Bowl either. Manning told the Denver Post he won't be participating in next week's Pro Bowl in Glendale, Ariz., because of a lingering quad...
  • John Fox's strong-minded style developed over long coaching odyssey

    John Fox's strong-minded style developed over long coaching odyssey
    Memo to the McCaskeys: In the event the family or Bears President Ted Phillips thinks about meddling with presumptive new head coach John Fox, think again. Two weeks before the 1996 season-opener, Fox quit his job as Raiders defensive coordinator...
  • Rams need to follow NFL process to move to L.A.: stadium panel chief

    Rams need to follow NFL process to move to L.A.: stadium panel chief
    Pittsburgh Steelers owner Art Rooney II, chairman of the NFL's stadium committee, had a simple message this week for St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who has announced plans to build an 80,000-seat football venue in Inglewood: Not so fast. "There...
  • For Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman, being respected can be annoying

    Richard Sherman should have brought a book. The All-Pro Seattle cornerback was thoroughly avoided when his Seahawks beat the visiting Green Bay Packers, 36-16, in this season's Kickoff Opener. Sherman was the dreadlocked elephant in the room — the...
  • San Diego mayor promises to keep Chargers from moving to Los Angeles

    San Diego mayor promises to keep Chargers from moving to Los Angeles
    San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer promised Wednesday night that by this fall a plan will be ready for public consideration on building a new Chargers stadium and keeping “our football team” from moving to Los Angeles. “At no point in San...
  • Larry Stone: Don't bet on Rodgers avoiding Sherman again

    One of the biggest plot points for Sunday's NFC title game has become: "Will they or won't they?" More specifically, will the Packers target cornerback nonpareil Richard Sherman this time around, or do what they did in the season opener, which was...
  • Seahawks' Sherman On An Island Of His Own

    RENTON, Wash. – Richard Sherman should have brought a book. The All-Pro Seattle cornerback was thoroughly avoided when his Seahawks beat the visiting Green Bay Packers, 36-16, in this season's Kickoff Opener. Sherman was the dreadlocked elephant in...
  • Rams owner Kroenke faces rough road out of St. Louis

    Whether the Rams abide by league guidelines, or simply go rogue and move on their own, relocation isn't a slam-dunk process. Amy Trask, who worked in the Oakland Raiders' front office for nearly three decades, knows better than most. For years she was...