NFC Standings Final 2010:
BTW, Eric Mangini fired by the Browns after his second season only. 5-11 As he also had run-ins with boss Mike Holmgrem!
Tony Sparano looks like he's done in Miamiland. Jim Harbaugh is looked upon from the brass.
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson not confident that a deal can be done, to avoid a 2011 labor issues, meaning no football!
Brett Favre at it again, sued by two ex-Jet masseuses!
And on a very surprising note: Marvin Lewis looks like he's back w/ the Bengals.
Tom Cable canned by the Raiders.
Titans to trade or cut troubled QB, Vince Young.
Texans hire Wade Philipps to run defense.
Michael Vick to play vs Packers, in wild-card game.
Jets looking to appeal $100K fine against the tripping incident on 12/12.
Titans getting rid of Vince Young, shows you that they think highly so far, of Jeff Fisher for now that is!
Well I'll say this: so much for Bud Adams standing by Vince Young.
It looks like Jim Harbaugh will be taking his talents to South Beach. Have the Dolphins complied with the Rooney rule?
If/when confirmed, it will be interesting to see the 49ers' next move, as they seemed to zero in on Harbaugh from the get-go.
Whoops, so much for that. Denver has re-entered and re-exited the picture, so it's down to SF and Stanford, barring another curveball.
Originally Posted by PressYourLuck11
yeah looks like Miami is keeping Sparano, but shame on Miami. To interview another coach when you have one and you don't know if you'll either keep them or fire them, shame on the Dolphins.
Yep. If I'm Ross, even though I understand it's a business, it would be tough not to be pretty upset over the way ownership handled the situation.
and it looks like, according to sources of course that Jim Harbaugh is going to coach the 49ers.
5 years, $25 million. That's basically the per-year average SF was offering all along, so Harbaugh('s agent) was probably using Miami to drive up his price until they dropped out of the running.
49ers Five-year $25M Jim Harbaugh deal.
Andrew Luck to stay at Stanford.
Cards to part with D.C. Davis.
Matt Hasselbeck Seahawks QB.
Give the Seattle Seahawks a round of applause....who would have thought they would have pulled off that upset. It puts to rest all the people who said that a 7-9 team shouldn't be in the playoffs (although I would be wrong to say that they have quite a road ahead of them )
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