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Recent Player & Team News

January, 2018

  • 20 January

    NFL determined Jon Gruden’s Christmas Eve consensus with Raiders wasn’t an “offer”

    Getty Images The NFL has said that the Raiders didn’t violate the Rooney Rule in connection with the hiring of coach Jon Gruden. That’s the easy part; the hard part is reconciling the league’s conclusion with things owner Mark Davis publicly said. Elaborating on Friday’s announcement of a finding of …

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  • 20 January

    Titans hire Mike Vrabel as head coach

    Getty Images When the Titans fired Mike Mularkey as their head coach, some pointed to Josh McDaniels as their target because of his shared Patriots history with Tennessee General Manager Jon Robinson. The new Titans head coach does have history in New England, but it isn’t McDaniels. The Titans announced …

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  • 20 January

    Schwartz could still end up the coach in Arizona

    Getty Images No one seems to know why the Giants never interviewed Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz for the head-coaching job. In Arizona, no one seems to know who the Cardinals will hire to be the team’s next head coach. It still could be Jim Schwartz. Schwartz was interviewed once …

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  • 20 January

    Troops with access to USO Centers will be able to see Sunday’s games

    Getty Images With the American Forces Network off the air due to the federal government shutdown, the easiest way for U.S. troops deployed overseas to watch the AFC and NFC title games has evaporated. But some will still be able to see it. Via NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy, troops can …

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  • 20 January

    Keenum keeps making plays on the move

    [embedded content] Getty Images Russell Wilson, not Case Keenum, consistently draws comparisons to Hall of Fame quarterback Fran Tarkenton. But as Vikings quarterbacks in the four decades since Tarkenton go, however, Keenum is the closest thing the team has had. Daunte Culpepper possessed mobility, but he used it vertically far …

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