It was a Super Bowl or bust type of year in Denver and after falling short to the Colts in the NFC divisional game, the Broncos let their coaching staff walk. Vic Lombardi from CBS4 helps fans understand why we didn’t foresee this mass exodus before it actually happened.
We’ll have to wait until next season to determine if the Raiders are brilliant or not by reportedly hiring Jack Del Rio as their next head coach. But considering the lack of interest among other teams around the league, their brilliance seems doubtful.
Mike Florio answers calls and tweets from fans around PFT Planet that includes what’s next for Washington at their defensive coordinator position, the ongoing coaching search in Atlanta, the possible match-in-the-making between Colin Kaepernick and Adam Gase and more.
ProFootballTalk: Mike Florio and Paul Burmeister take a look at the latest news out of the NFL, including if Cardale Jones is heading to the NFL, the coaching search in Denver and Keith Butler replacing Dick LeBeau.
Mike Florio discusses John Elway saying that Peyton Manning will be consulted during Denver’s pursuit of a new coach. Florio discusses what this means for Peyton Manning’s possible return next season.
ProFootballTalk: Mike Florio discusses reports that Jason Garrett and the Cowboys are on the brink of a five-year contract for Garrett to remain the head coach in Dallas. Florio says this was the Cowboys plan all along and that it should come as no surprise.
Speculation over whether or not Urban Meyer will leave Ohio State to make the transition to an NFL coach is high, even though the coach has gone on the record to say, “not right now.” But Mike Florio still believes he’s worth teams giving a call to and gives his take on why.
Former NFL receiver and fresh from his appearance being fired by Donald Trump on “Celebrity Apprentice,” Terrell Owens joins Mike Florio to talk about the prospects he makes it into football’s Hall of Fame when his name is on the ballot in a year’s time, his list of the Top 3 receivers all-time (think he’ll choose himself?) and much more.
Though it’s not a fair indicator of talent, sometimes it’s the most recent game that’s the lasting image left on most minds and Mike Florio wonders if that’ll be the case for NFL scouts when evaluating Marcus Mariota after his national title game performance.
The coaching carousel took a jolt on Monday when the Broncos and coach John Fox parted ways after four straight AFC West titles.
On Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live, Jay Glazer of FOX Sports will join Mike Florio to talk about what will happen next for both the Broncos and Fox as they look toward 2015. They’ll go over the candidates in Denver, the likelihood that Fox winds up as the next head coach of the Bears and the latest about the other coaching openings from around the league.
Best as we can tell, former NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens is not a candidate for any of the jobs around the league. He’ll be able to confirm that for himself when he also stops by the show.
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Mike Florio discusses the news of head coach John Fox and the Denver Broncos mutually agreeing to part ways just one day after Denver’s 24-13 playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts.
ProFootballTalk: In the aftermath of the news John Fox and the Broncos mutually agreed to part ways, more reports have surfaced claiming the Broncos have told their staff they are allowed to look for jobs elsewhere.
The PFT crew previews the Colts-Patriots AFC championship matchup, explaining how Indianapolis will live and die with the success of their leader Andrew Luck.
Mike Florio dissects the reversal of Dez Bryant’s catch and what the officials saw that they deemed indisputable evidence. Florio explains that the rule that deals with the process of a catch is flawed.
VP of officiating Dean Blandino joins Mike Florio to break down the Dez Bryant call, explaining that he believes Bryant was still trying to gain possession and complete the catch as he went to the ground.