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MCCREIGHT CLOSING IN ON CARDS GIG

A tipster advised us earlier this morning that former Browns director of player personnel T.J. McCreight has landed with the Cardinals.  Though we haven’t been able to confirm the hire, a league source tells us that it’s believed the two sides are in the process of ironing out a specific title. The vacancy was created when…

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GOODMAN, MCCREIGHT UNDER CONSIDERATION FOR ARIZONA JOB

In addition to former Broncos G.M. Ted Sundquist, we’re told that former Browns director of player personnel T.J. McCreight and former Broncos director of player personnel Jim Goodman also are under consideration for the personnel vacancy in Arizona. As Kent Somer of the Arizona Republic reported earlier today, Sundquist already has interviewed for the job.…

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SUNDQUIST INTERVIEWS WITH CARDINALS

Ted Sundquist, a former Denver Broncos General Manager, has interviewed with the Arizona Cardinals for a personnel department position, according to Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. Sundquist was fired last year by Mike Shanahan after six years as General Manager and 16 years in Denver working in the Broncos’ scouting department. Shanahan was fired by…

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REPORT: BRONCOS SHAKE UP FRONT OFFICE

Less than a year after they fired Ted Sundquist, the Broncos have made another change at the top of their front office. Adam Schefter of the NFL Network reports that Jim Goodman has been relieved of his duties.  Goodman will be replaced by Assistant General Manager Brian Xanders. Goodman’s official title was V.P. of Football…

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LIONS SNAGGING SHACK HARRIS

As expected, the Lions will be beefing up their front office. According to the Detroit Free Press, the Lions will hire former Jaguars V.P. of player personnel James “Shack” Harris as a personnel executive. The team claims that it’s not a done deal. “That is a premature report. We have nothing to announce or confirm,”…

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SUNDQUIST REALLY WASN'T CAMPAIGNING FOR BROWNS JOB

Recently, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reported that former Broncos G.M. Ted Sundquist is campaigning for an interview with the Browns. We opted not to bury or sugarcoat the item, despite our relationship with Sundquist — and despite our opinions about folks campaigning in the press for front-office or coaching positions. But since it sounded out…

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SUNDQUIST CAMPAIGNING FOR BROWNS INTERVIEW

Former Broncos G.M. Ted Sundquist, who did an excellent job preparing scouting reports and game reviews for us during the 2008 season, wants to take his talents to the Cleveland Browns. How do we know this?  Because he has publicly said so. “I feel like I’ve got a lot of experience to offer a club…

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SHACK ENTERS BROWNS G.M. FRAY

At a time when the signs continue to point to Ravens director of pro personnel George Kokinis being the first choice to become the next G.M. of the Browns, another candidate will be interviewing on Thursday. The candidate in question is former Jaguars V.P. of player personnel James “Shack” Harris.  Per the Akron Beacon Journal,…

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McKAY OUT OF BROWNS G.M. RACE, KOKINIS NEXT TO GO?

Last week, the Browns wanted to interview Rich McKay for the team’s still-vacant G.M. position.  But McKay wanted to wait until the Falcons completed their playoff run. The Falcons flew into an Arizona window on Saturday, but then McKay’s name never appeared again. It has now.  According to Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, McKay…

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BROWNS WEIGHING G.M. OPTIONS

Although Baltimore Ravens director of pro personnel George Kokinis remains the reported frontrunner to emerge as the Cleveland Browns’ new General Manager, a league source told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the team is also considering interviewing former Denver Broncos general manager Ted Sundquist. Sundquist was the Broncos’ G.M. for six seasons before being dismissed…

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2009 COACHING/G.M. CAROUSEL

For the first time ever (unless we did it before and just forgot), we’ve compiled a list of the candidates for each vacancy.  The initial list is based on input from beat writers and separate research we have done.  We’ll update the list based on new developments. In ths regard, we need your help.  When you…

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THE TEFLON IS GONE

Nearly a decade after his last Super Bowl title, Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanahan finally has been held accountable for years of relative mediocrity. Shanahan, according to Adam Schefter of NFL Network, has been fired.  Shanahan had three years and roughly $20 million remaining on his contract. The long-time head coach, whose teams won the…

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TED SUNDQUIST'S WEEK SEVENTEEN SCOUTING REPORTS

[Editor's note:  Former Broncos G.M. Ted Sundquist takes a summary look at three of the key games from Week Seventeen of the NFL season.]  In the interests of complete 17-week coverage of the season, I’m going to attack some of the last games of the regular season in abbreviated fashion as well. The League likes to feature…

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TED SUNDQUIST'S WEEK SIXTEEN GAME REVIEWS

[Editor's note:  We've got a truncated set of Week Sixteen game review's from former Broncos G.M. Ted Sundquist.  His mother suffered a broken leg while tending to the Christmas decorations outside Ted's parents' home, and he has been in Houston assisting her.]  Panthers at GiantsThe Giants secured KEY #3 with a colossal ground game behind Derrick Ward’s 215 yard performance.…

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GET READY FOR A GREAT SUNDAY OF GAMES

At this time of the year, we’re always a bit sad, since the NFL season is coming to a conclusion. But, man, this year’s campaign is looking like it will go out with the kind of bang that comes from putting a platoon of Marines on a chili-only diet. Week Sixteen has already gotten off…

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