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    1. 01-25-2007 10:02 PM #26
      GARRETT officially hired this afternoon by the Cowboys. His role is yet to be determined.
      http://www.dallascowboys.com/n...A0793
      Wade Philips is set to interview tomorrow (friday)
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    2. 01-26-2007 07:36 PM #27
      As expected Wade Philips interviewed for the HC position today... Wade Philips has an overall record of 49-38 as a coach in the NFL

    3. 01-26-2007 10:09 PM #28
      I find it funny how the Cowboys & their coaching woes, have the forefront of the ESPN talkshows and other NFL network programs. The superbowl being THIS WEEK is kind of on the afterburner...
      New Development: Norv Turner is interviewing Monday of next week
      Norv was on the quarterback coaching squad during the Aikman/Dallas dynasty in the 90's

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      01-27-2007 03:14 PM #29
      Looks like Ellis might be released. If he is, figure a 90% chance of him signing with the Saints.
      As much of a lynchpin as he was for the Dallas D, I don't know how much they'll miss him. Bobby Carpenter really came to life against the Seahawks.
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    5. 01-28-2007 01:24 PM #30
      Quote, originally posted by SchrickVR6 »
      Looks like Ellis might be released. If he is, figure a 90% chance of him signing with the Saints.
      As much of a lynchpin as he was for the Dallas D, I don't know how much they'll miss him. Bobby Carpenter really came to life against the Seahawks.

      Yeah, well they need to focus on the future. Bobby Carpenter was a great pick for us; and he did look great towards the end of the season...
      In other news:
      Saints Coordinator Gibbs Interviews For Head Coach Job
      The Cowboys' head coaching search stretched into the weekend with Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs, a former Cowboys assistant, interviewing Saturday.

    6. 01-29-2007 09:40 PM #31
      Iron Mike, the 8th to interview
      IRVING, Texas - Fresh off interviewing 49ers offensive coordinator Norv Turner on Sunday, the Cowboys now apparently want to take a better look at a 49ers defensive assistant.
      Mike Singletary, a Hall of Fame linebacker who has spent the last four years as an assistant coach for the Ravens and 49ers, will interview for the head coaching job on Tuesday, Cowboys spokesman Rich Dalrymple said late Monday afternoon.
      Singletary has been the 49ers' assistant head coach the past two seasons under head coach Mike Nolan. His title changed from assistant head coach/linebackers to assistant head coach/defense in 2006.
      Singletary also spent two years as the Ravens' inside linebackers coach.
      Singletary will become the eighth candidate and fourth defensive coach to interview with the Cowboys since Bill Parcells announced his retirement last Monday.
      Last Tuesday, the Cowboys interviewed Todd Bowles, the team's secondary coach last season who many expect to be a leading candidate for defensive coordinator if he is not named head coach. The club also interviewed Chargers defensive coordinator Wade Phillips and Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs.
      The Cowboys also met with in-house offensive assistants Tony Sparano and Todd Haley last Tuesday, though Haley has since left for Arizona to become the Cardinals' offensive coordinator. The Cowboys then interviewed and hired former backup quarterback Jason Garrett to an unspecified role that will be determined after the head coaching search is completed. Garrett remains a candidate in the search and could become offensive coordinator if he isn't named head coach.
      Before the Cowboys announced their interview with Singletary, it was believed that Turner, the 49ers' offensive coordinator last year, was the leading candidate. That still could be the case, but the Singletary announcement came as a surprise considering there was wide speculation that the Cowboys could name Turner the next head coach as early as Monday and possibly Tuesday.
      With Singletary now set to interview Tuesday, the Cowboys aren't likely to make a decision until at least Wednesday. Cowboys owner-general manager Jerry Jones is expected to leave for Super Bowl XLI in Miami on Thursday.
      Singletary, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998 after a 13-year career with the Chicago Bears, would be an interesting choice for the Cowboys, who switched to a 3-4 defense under Parcells two years ago.
      The 49ers ran a 3-4 defensive scheme the past few years, and Singletary has also coached the 3-4 in Baltimore, too.
      Singletary, 48, is a Houston native who starred at Baylor University before joining Chicago as a second-round draft pick in 1981. Singletary was a 10-time Pro Bowler with the Bears who finished his illustrious career with 1,488 tackles.
      Along with Bowles, Singletary will become the second African-American to interview with the Cowboys for the head coaching job, further complying with the "Rooney Rule," which states all teams must interview at least one minority candidate for head coaching vacancies.

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      01-29-2007 10:43 PM #32
      pray Norv Turner doesn't get the job, us Skins fans can tell you why
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      01-30-2007 02:58 AM #33
      Singletary / Garrett would be an ace combo.
      We can pick up Applewhite for QB coach next year.
      No kidding we don't want Norv "The Returner" Turner back, although his looks do make me doubt myself sometimes.

      Norv, it's called dermabrasion, look into it! Dude's face needs more bondo than my pitted Wolfie wheels.

    9. 01-30-2007 02:36 PM #34
      Quote, originally posted by Belfi »
      Singletary / Garrett would be an ace combo.


      Singletary Arrives for Interview
      IRVING, Texas - The Cowboys are now in the process of interviewing their eighth candidate for the head coaching job, as Mike Singletary has arrived at Valley Ranch here Tuesday morning.
      Singletary, 48, has only been coaching for four seasons, including the last two in San Francisco where he served as assistant head coach/defense this past season. Singletary was also the 49ers' assistant head coach/linebackers in 2005 after spending the previous two years as Ravens' inside linebackers coach.
      This is the third time Singletary has interviewed for a head coaching job, after meeting with the Lions last season and then the Falcons this year.
      Singletary becomes the fourth candidate to interview since Wade Phillips met with Cowboys owner Jerry Jones last Friday. The Cowboys also interviewed Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs on Saturday, followed by 49ers offensive coordinator Norv Turner, who interviewed Sunday and still appears to be the front-runner for the job, despite Singletary's interview today.
      Last week, the Cowboys interviewed assistants Todd Bowles, Tony Sparano and Todd Haley, who left the staff for Arizona to become the Cardinals' offensive coordinator.
      The Cowboys also lost two more assistants Monday when quarterbacks coach Chris Palmer left to take the same position with the Giants. Although he was under contract, the Cowboys gave him permission to rejoin Tom Coughlin, whom he worked with in Jacksonville. And safeties coach Mike MacIntyre, whose contract expired after the season, left to join the Jets' staff as secondary coach.
      With Singletary interviewing on Tuesday, the Cowboys aren't likely to make a decision until at least Wednesday. Jones is expected to leave for Super Bowl XLI in Miami on Thursday.
      Singletary, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1998 after a 13-year career with the Chicago Bears, would be an interesting choice for the Cowboys, who switched to a 3-4 defense under Parcells two years ago.
      The 49ers ran a 3-4 defensive scheme the past few years, and Singletary has also coached the 3-4 in Baltimore, too.
      Singletary, 48, is a Houston native who starred at Baylor University before joining Chicago as a second-round draft pick in 1981. Singletary was a 10-time Pro Bowler with the Bears and finished his illustrious career with 1,488 tackles.
      Along with Bowles, Singletary becomes the second African-American to interview with the Cowboys for the head coaching job, further complying with the "Rooney Rule," which states all teams must interview at least one minority candidate for head coaching vacancies.

    10. 01-31-2007 06:49 PM #35
      Jones won't name coach until after superbowl
      IRVING, Texas - Apparently, the Cowboys are not in a huge hurry to name a head coach.
      Despite interviewing eight candidates in 10 days, owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Wednesday at Valley Ranch that a final decision on Bill Parcells' replacement will not be made this week. He also said the Cowboys might not be finished with the interview process.
      "First of all we won't be announcing who's going to be the next head coach until after the Super Bowl," said Jones, who has been scheduled to leave Thursday for Super Bowl XLI in Miami. "There is a possibility that there will be more candidates that I interview and that we think about. Bill's leaving was a surprise, but as it should be I have things in my desk drawer and things in my back pocket that should prepare you if somebody gets hit by a car, so to speak. Having said that, while we're there I want those of you who can; I want you to go to the Super Bowl without hanging around here for any announcements that may be made."
      The Cowboys interviewed 49ers assistant head coach Mike Singletary on Tuesday after a weekend of interviews with Chargers defensive coordinator Wade Phillips, Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs and 49ers offensive coordinator Norv Turner.
      The Cowboys had an extensive two-day interview with Jason Garrett last week before signing the former quarterback to the coaching staff in an undetermined role. Garrett is still believed to be a candidate for the head coaching vacancy, but if the Cowboys hire another coach, it's likely he will become the offensive coordinator.
      Before interviewing Garrett, the Cowboys met with in-house assistants Todd Bowles, Todd Haley and Tony Sparano. Haley has since accepted the offensive coordinator position in Arizona. Jones said he hasn't ruled out any of the remaining candidates.
      "I'm very pleased with what we've done, the work we're doing," Jones said. "The time that I'm spending with these candidates are as it should be. We've got a good football team, and I've got to get this right. And we've got to make a good decision when we select the next coach. We're going to have the opportunity and a plan in place that will allow us to have that."
      If Jones decides to interview more candidates after the Super Bowl, he might consider a pair of assistants from Sunday's match-up between the Colts and Bears. Chicago defensive coordinator Ron Rivera and Indianapolis assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell are highly regarded assistants.

    11. 02-02-2007 04:39 PM #36
      Chicago's Ron Rivera...
      MIAMI - This much is known about Ron Rivera, quite possibly the newest candidate to be swept into the Dallas Cowboys' ever-widening search for a head coach who could conceivably down the road turn into something like assistant head coach in charge of defense:
      He is the Chicago Bears' defensive coordinator. Has been now for the past three seasons, giving him 10 years of NFL coaching experience.
      He played nine NFL seasons, all with the Bears, including earning a Super Bowl ring on The Monsters' 1985 team.
      His name has been on the list of top minority head coaching candidates forwarded to the NFL by the Fritz Pollard Alliance, already having been a top contender with Pittsburgh, Miami, Atlanta and was thought to be the leading candidate in Arizona before Ken Whisenhunt was hired.
      And he's been here all week preparing the league's fifth-ranked defense to take on the league's third-ranked offense when the Bears meet the Colts Sunday in Super Bowl XLI.
      But here's a couple of things you might not know about the 45-year-old Rivera, who has reportedly become someone of interest to Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who was to arrive here on Thursday, though is not allowed to officially interview the Chicago assistant - if he so desires - until after Sunday's Super Bowl. How about breakfast Monday morning at Joe's Stone Crab?
      Rivera confirmed here on Thursday his contract indeed is expiring, meaning he also could legitimately be eligible to become a Cowboys' assistant coach if Jones decides to pass on him as a head coach and hire Norv Turner as he seemed headed before calling at least a five-day timeout on announcing the team's next head coach.
      Rivera also insists neither he nor his agent have been contacted by the Cowboys, as are the rules for coaches still involved in the playoffs, and that he only knew of the team's possible interest when his wife called Wednesday after practice to alert him to the reports circulating on various Internet sites. But having said that, he quickly said he would welcome that call from Jones, and did not dismiss the possibility of entertaining overtures of making a lateral move to the Cowboys as at least defensive coordinator.
      Rivera is held in high esteem by the Bears' players. Bears starting weak-side linebacker Lance Briggs says when asked about the possibility of his defensive coordinator becoming a head coach, "When he becomes a head coach, it will be the first deserving head coaching job I've heard about in a while."
      He's got the necessary football cred with his players. "It's the respect factor he gets," says defensive end Alex Brown, a five-year veteran who arrived in Chicago before Rivera returned from a five-year coaching stay in Philadelphia. "He knows what he's talking about. He knows how to call it. He actually played in a Super Bowl, so he gets a little benefit of the doubt (from the players)."
      And Rivera evidently isn't uncomfortable taking charge, even if that means getting a tad emotional, something he might have learned from his former Bears teammate Steve McMichael, who as Rivera's story goes, gets up in front of the group the night before the Bears wiped out New England in Super Bowl XX and, for effect, throws a chair so hard it sticks right in the chalkboard.
      Bears defensive end Adewale Ogunleye tells the story about halftime in the locker room in an early-season game (he thinks Minnesota) when the defense was struggling. He said two of the team's defensive players were in the training room "complaining about something." Evidently Rivera overhears them.
      "He runs in there, jumps on one of the training tables, and rips into 'em," Ogunleye says. "He says, 'Maybe I didn't put you in the right play, got you in a bad situation, but that doesn't stop you from giving effort. If I call a play, you run it.'
      "He will treat you like a man, but when you don't do the right thing, he'll tell you about it. He won't let anything slide."
      If indeed Jones interviews Rivera next week, he would become the ninth candidate the Cowboys owner has spoken with about the team's head coaching job that now has been vacant for 11 days. There also is a chance he might speak with Indianapolis quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell, another prominent name on the FPA list.
      Jones also didn't rule out the possibility of bumping into the previously interviewed Turner or Mike Singletary the remainder of this week at the Super Bowl.
      "Again it's possible that I will be interviewing more candidates and I do know first hand that at least one of the candidates will be down at the Super Bowl, or two really," Jones said on Wednesday back at The Ranch of guys he's already spoken with about the job. "And so we'll be probably bumping into them and it'd be impossible not to be talking about some of the things that we discussed in the interview."
      There have been reports Turner, if hired, would like for Jones to make a run at Rivera for the team's now vacant defensive coordinator's job. That might seem far-fetched to some since Rivera would be making a lateral move after putting together a Super Bowl-quality defense in Chicago.
      But again, Rivera's contract is expiring after the Super Bowl, and at $500,000, is not exactly one of the better paid coordinator's in the league. Even Rivera recognizes the Bears have made no bones about first addressing head coach Lovie Smith, who made $1.3 million this year and has only one year left on his contract.
      Rivera also must be aware Jones had paid previous defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer $1 million a year after he turned down the head coaching job at Nebraska and had upped assistant head coach Sean Payton to $1 million a year after he turned down the head coaching job with the Raiders. An offer to double Rivera's contract likely would at least get his attention, though the Bears would still own his rights for two weeks after the final game.
      "That's what I'll have to address if that comes to fruition," Rivera said, and then added when asked if an offered pay raise would be enough to leave the Bears, "I don't know, maybe it would give me leverage. When our contracts expire, then we hope to get a very fair salary."
      Rivera says he has no ties to the Cowboys; that he obviously knows who Jones is, but doesn't exactly know him personally. But he certainly might have a tie to the Cowboys if they should hire Turner as the head coach.
      Norv Turner's brother Ron is Chicago's offensive coordinator, and as expected, he is a big fan of the Cowboys hiring Norv, saying of the possibility, "Obviously, it would be very important (to him) if it's the right fit." And don't get any ideas about Ron, since he has one year remaining on his contract in Chicago.
      Rivera also might want to gain some coaching autonomy by coordinating a defense totally on his own, since there might be a perception out there he's only doing the noted-defensive coach Smith's leg work in Chicago. That might help his case to eventually snap up a head coaching job.
      Smith, though, while admitting he spends more time concentrating on the defense, his area of expertise and why he was even noticed for the Bears' head coaching job in 2004, pointed out Rivera makes the defensive calls in games.
      "I don't make calls," Smith said. "Ron's had an opportunity to interview for a few head coaching jobs and I still haven't been able to figure out why he hasn't gotten a chance."
      So with Jones calling a hiring/announcing truce through Sunday's Super Bowl, the wheels continue to turn, fueling even further speculation into just what he's thinking, though it seems probable he will at least talk to Rivera, possibly as early as Monday right here.
      "I don't know, I don't know what to tell you guys," Rivera said again Thursday morning. "You wonder if it's true, but you want to keep your focus on Indianapolis."
      And asked again about entertaining the possibility of joining a potential Turner staff as defensive coordinator, he said, again seemingly at a loss for facts, "Maybe, we'll see."
      Indeed we will.
      Ha, imagine; Singletary as the HC, Rivera as the defensive coach and Garett as the offensive coordinator...
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    12. 02-06-2007 06:54 AM #37
      Search Opens Up
      Rivera, Caldwell Expected To Interview This Week


      IRVING, Texas - Now that the Super Bowl and all of the weekend's festivities are history, the Cowboys can get back to the business of finding their next head coach.
      Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones, who flew back to Dallas late Sunday after Super Bowl XLI, is expected to make a headfirst dive back into the coaching search this week.
      While there have been reports the Cowboys could be close to making an announcement early this week, it might be closer to the end of the week before a final decision is made.
      The Cowboys have already interviewed eight candidates and could meet with a pair of assistant coaches from the Super Bowl that were off-limits from contact before the game.
      The Cowboys are expected to interview Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera and Colts assistant head coach/quarterbacks coach Jim Caldwell this week, possibly as early as Tuesday and Wednesday.
      Both coaches reportedly flew back to their respective cities Monday following the Colts' 29-17 win over Chicago Sunday night in Miami.
      Rivera, a former NFL linebacker with the Bears for nine seasons (1984-92), has run Chicago's defense for the last three years.
      "I think it's my time," Rivera told reporters following Sunday's loss to the Colts. "I will see how it unfolds. I have done what I needed to do. It's up to the owners and what they want. We will see what happens."
      Since his contract will officially expire on Feb. 20, Rivera could ultimately end up in Dallas as the defensive coordinator, if he doesn't land the head coaching job. However, the Cowboys can meet with Rivera only about the head coaching position until Feb. 20. That is unless the Bears decide to grant the Cowboys permission to speak with Rivera about either position.
      Caldwell has been Peyton Manning's quarterbacks coach the last five years in Indianapolis, after spending one year in Tampa Bay as the quarterback coach. Caldwell's only experience as a head coach came at Wake Forest, where he spent seven years with the Demon Deacons.
      The Cowboys have already interviewed eight candidates to replace Bill Parcells, who announced his retirement on Jan. 22. Since then, Jones has met with four offensive-minded coaches and four with defensive backgrounds.
      Of the eight, it appears only a handful, if that many, remain legitimate contenders.
      Norv Turner, the current 49ers offensive coordinator who has nine years of NFL head coaching experience at Washington and Oakland, along with four other stints as offensive coordinator, including three years in Dallas from 1991-93, still seems to be one of the favorites.
      Turner interviewed for the job on Jan. 28, ending a busy weekend that included interviews with Chargers defensive coordinator Wade Phillips and Saints defensive coordinator Gary Gibbs.
      Earlier that week, the Cowboys interviewed former quarterback Jason Garrett, who had spent the last two years as the Dolphins' quarterbacks coach. With Miami only giving the Cowboys and Garrett a short time to make a decision, the Cowboys hired him to the coaching staff in an undetermined role. While the Cowboys insist Garrett remains a candidate for the head coaching job, it's likely he will become the offensive coordinator if the Cowboys go in another direction.
      Before bringing in Garrett, the Cowboys met with assistants Todd Bowles, Tony Sparano and Todd Haley, who has since left the staff to become offensive coordinator in Arizona.
      Bowles and Sparano are two of only five assistants remaining from last year's staff, along with defensive line coach Kacy Rodgers and linebackers coaches Paul Pasqualoni and Vincent Brown.
      Speaking of linebackers, the last player to interview with the Cowboys before Jones took a break from the search last Thursday was arguably one of the best linebackers in NFL history. The Cowboys spent all day last Tuesday with Mike Singletary, a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame who has spent the last two years as the 49ers' assistant head coach. Singletary only has four years of coaching experience, spending two years in Baltimore as the inside linebackers coach.
      However, Singletary always was one of the NFL's most intense players and it appears he has brought that intensity to the sidelines as well. Before getting back into coaching, Singletary spent 10 years as a motivational speaker and even had similar responsibilities with the 49ers over the last two years.
      After his interview in Dallas, Singletary said he only interviewed for the head coaching position and said he didn't anticipate coming to the Cowboys in any other role. While his official his title is assistant head coach/defense, he could possibly land the defensive coordinator position in Dallas, assuming San Francisco grants permission for him to speak with the Cowboys in a non-head coaching role.
      The 49ers had a vacancy at defensive coordinator and did not interview Singletary for the position before finally settling on Greg Manusky. However, it appears Singletary remains one of the top candidates for the head coaching job in Dallas.
      Last Wednesday, Jones said he would continue his coaching search after the Super Bowl and make the best decision rather than rush just to have a coach in place.
      "I feel very good. We've spent a lot of time and I know our fans expect me to and you expect me to, and we've spent a lot of time in each interview," Jones said last week. "And I've been very thorough and they've been very thorough with me. I like good feedback from when I'm talking to an individual about where he's been and where he's going. So all of that I'm very pleased with. I feel very comfortable with where we are. But if I can I don't want to leave a stone unturned here."
      Even if it means turning a few more of those stones this week.

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      02-06-2007 09:28 AM #38
      Jerry Jones loves being in the spotlight doesn't he?
      I wonder how much longer and how many more people, "let's add another name to interview".
      He's dragging this out like a soap opera.
      Just pick one already and go back to the corporate office.
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    14. 02-06-2007 01:27 PM #39
      Quote, originally posted by spkn^GRMN »
      Jerry Jones loves being in the spotlight doesn't he?
      I wonder how much longer and how many more people, "let's add another name to interview".
      He's dragging this out like a soap opera.
      Just pick one already and go back to the corporate office.

      I hope this is it:
      Singletary as the HC
      Rivera as the defensive coach
      Garett as the offensive coordinator...

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      02-06-2007 02:47 PM #40
      Quote, originally posted by 2002_Turbo »
      I hope this is it:
      Singletary as the HC
      Rivera as the defensive coach
      Garett as the offensive coordinator...

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      Don't want none of that Norv.

    16. 02-06-2007 04:09 PM #41
      if you wanna win this year then forget about rivera, hes a 4-3 guy and you guys are 3-4 and it will be a pain in the ass to switch back and it will be a trial and error season, but ya go for it


    17. 02-06-2007 04:57 PM #42
      Quote, originally posted by Vwless »
      if you wanna win this year then forget about rivera, hes a 4-3 guy and you guys are 3-4 and it will be a pain in the ass to switch back and it will be a trial and error season, but ya go for it


      Some consider Wade Phillips to be Jerry Jones' top choice. He runs the 3-4 defense that Parcells implemented and has the good-ol'-boy personality that could be a perfect fit with Jones...
      Either him or Rivera is fine with me.

    18. 02-08-2007 06:15 AM #43
      Quote, originally posted by 2002_Turbo »
      Some consider Wade Phillips to be Jerry Jones' top choice. He runs the 3-4 defense that Parcells implemented and has the good-ol'-boy personality that could be a perfect fit with Jones...
      Either him or Rivera is fine with me.

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    19. 02-08-2007 07:10 AM #44
      Quote, originally posted by mawingo »
      http://forums.thecarlounge.net...67636

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    20. 02-08-2007 07:18 AM #45
      Yup, look like it's official:
      Espn is reporting on the story right now.

    21. 02-08-2007 10:04 AM #46
      Wade is the Headcoach...
      http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/...58164

      Norv as the offensive coordinator???


      Modified by 2002_Turbo at 7:05 AM 2-8-2007

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      02-08-2007 02:25 PM #47
      His winning percentage as a head coach is 56.25
      Sounds like a loser to me! Can't wait to see how he does with T.O. (if he doesn't OD first) and the AMAZING ROMO!

    23. 02-08-2007 02:38 PM #48
      Quote, originally posted by IDrankBeer »
      His winning percentage as a head coach is 56.25
      Sounds like a loser to me! Can't wait to see how he does with T.O. (if he doesn't OD first) and the AMAZING ROMO!

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      29-19 w/ the Bills
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      I have a feeling they may drop Terrell before the beginning of the season, or Wade may leave it up to the offensive coordinator (whomever that may be) to make the call on whether or not to keep Terrell. Either way, I'm pretty happy with the move.
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    24. 02-08-2007 05:26 PM #49
      5:00 press conference has made it official.

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      02-09-2007 10:14 AM #50
      Well not sure about his track record but he will have a lot to prove.

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