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Tom Brady has owned the Jaguars in his career

There’s a reason so much attention has been paid to the gloved right hand of Tom Brady this week. That hand, and the rest of the quarterback it is attached to, has been perfect in his career against this week’s opponent. As noted by Mike Reiss of ESPN.com, Brady is 7-0 against the Jaguars in [more]

Terence Newman not ready to call his best chance at a ring his last chance at a ring

Vikings cornerback Terence Newman has played 15 NFL seasons. This is as close as he’s come in his quest for a Super Bowl ring. Newman, 39, could become one of the rare players to walk off into the sunset with a title. But Newman isn’t ready to declare his best chance as his last chance. [more]

Cowboys interview Ray Horton, John Pagano

The Cowboys are interviewing John Pagano and Ray Horton for vacancies on their defensive staff, according to Todd Archer of ESPN. Pagano ended last season as Oakland’s defensive coordinator, taking over for Ken Norton Jr. after the Raiders fired Norton in the middle of the season. Pagano spent nine years coaching or assisting with the [more]

Mike Zimmer returns to championship game for first time since 1995

While the Patriots have 19 veterans who have known nothing but the AFC Championship Game in their careers, it doesn’t work that way for most players. That’s the message Vikings coach Mike Zimmer has stressed to his team this week. Zimmer made it to the NFC Championship Game in his first two NFL seasons as [more]

Cowboys hire Sanjay Lal as receivers coach

The Cowboys have reached an agreement with Sanjay Lal to become the team’s wide receivers coach, according to David Moore of the Dallas Morning News. Lal replaces Derek Dooley, whose contract expired. Dooley left to become offensive coordinator at the University of Missouri. Lal spent last season with the Colts. He previously coached the receivers [more]

Tony Romo: You always miss playing “a little bit”

Tony Romo never made an NFC Championship Game with the Cowboys, but he will work the AFC Championship Game in his first season with CBS. Romo, 37, could have continued his career with a team other than the Cowboys in the offseason, but he opted to begin a second career as an analyst. He admitted [more]

Over 40 years after Hail Mary in Minnesota, Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson pulling for Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings appear to have a pair of unexpected supporters following their miracle victory over the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson. The former Dallas Cowboys duo authored one of several crushing blows to Vikings fans through the decades with a 50-yard Hail Mary conversion for a touchdown to give [more]

Cowboys’ turnover of assistant coaches continues with Matt Eberflus’ reported departure

The Cowboys kept their head coach, Jason Garrett, and their coordinators, Scott Linehan and Rod Marinelli, remain. But the team’s exodus of assistant coaches continues. Cowboys linebackers coach Matt Eberflus will follow Josh McDaniels to Indianapolis to become the Colts’ defensive coordinator, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Media. Eberflus spent the past seven seasons [more]

Cowboys hire Paul Alexander as offensive line coach

The Bengals and Cowboys both made changes at offensive line coach at the end of the season, but they should have just tried to make a trade. Dallas parted ways with Frank Pollack, who recently took the same job on Marvin Lewis’ staff in Cincinnati. Pollack replaced Paul Alexander, who was dropped by the Bengals [more]

Browns sign Gavin Escobar to reserve/future contract

New Browns General Manager John Dorsey figures to do his major work on the team’s roster once the new league year gets underway, but he can make some smaller moves to set the stage. He made one of them on Monday with the signing of former Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar to a reserve/future contract. [more]

Titans will pick 25th, as more spots in draft order set

Four more teams know where they’re picking in the 2018 NFL Draft, as a result of the weekend’s results. The Titans will pick 25th, as they have the lowest record of the divisional round losers, followed by the Falcons, Saints and Steelers. The 29th and 30th picks will be held by the losers of the [more]

Cowboys keep running backs coach Gary Brown

The Cowboys have turned over their coaching staff this season, but they are keeping their running backs coach, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. Gary Brown chose to stay in Dallas rather than leave for Houston, where he spent the first five seasons of his NFL playing career. Brown joined the Cowboys staff in 2013 after [more]

Jonathan Cooper recovering from knee surgery

It took a bit longer than expected after he was drafted seventh overall by the Cardinals in the 2013 NFL Draft, but Jonathan Cooper became a regular starter during the 2017 season. Cooper started 13 games at left guard for the Cowboys after joining the team in the offseason, which set him up for unrestricted [more]

Report: Redskins assistant OL coach Kevin Carberry leaving for Stanford OL job

Washington Redskins assistant offensive line coach Kevin Carbeery is leaving the team to take a job as run game coordinator and offensive line coach at Stanford University, according to Bruce Feldman of FOX Sports. Carberry spent the last two seasons an assistant to Bill Callahan on the Redskins’ staff. He previously spent two years as [more]

Miles Austin interviews to become Cowboys’ receivers coach

The Cowboys could bring a familiar name back to their wide receivers room. They interviewed Miles Austin as a possible replacement for Derek Dooley as the team’s wide receivers coach, Todd Archer of ESPN reports. Dooley left last week to become the offensive coordinator at the University of Missouri. Austin, 33, has never coached but [more]

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