We watched 15 picks come and go in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft before hearing the name Jimmy Clausen.
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On the eve of the 2010 NFL Draft, NFL Network analysts Brian Billick, Charles Davis and Mike Mayock will take your questions during a live chat on Wednesday, April 21 at 2:30 p.m. ET for one final look at the draft.
Posted: Wednesday, March 3rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Antonio Bryant, Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Marshall, Brian Billick, Chicago Bears, Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Gerald McCoy, Greg Olsen, Josh Cribbs, Kevin Walter, Mark Brunell, Mike Martz, Mike Mayock, Miles Austin, Ndamukong Suh, New Orleans Saints, Sam Bradford, Terrell Owens, Vincent Jackson
The Browns and the agents for Josh Cribbs are close to finally completing a deal for the Pro Bowl kick returner.
NFL Network’s Playbook analysts have differing opinions on both conference title games this weekend. For the second-week in a row, Brian Baldinger is picking the New York Jets to win on the road, while Solomon Wilcots and Brian Billick both have the host Indianapolis Colts defeating the Jets in the AFC Championship Game.
Once again, it is the fearless Brian Baldinger going out on his own this week. He is the only one of our three NFL Network Playbook analysts who believe the Colts — and not the Saints — will remain the league’s lone unbeaten team following Week 13. Sterling Sharpe and Joe Theismann, on the other hand, both like New Orleans to go 11-0, while predicting Indianapolis will lose for the first time in Houston.
NFL Network analyst and former head coach Brian Billick will be chatting live with fans Tuesday on NFL.com at 6:30 p.m. ET. Submit your questions for Brian now, and then check back and follow along as he takes a look back at the action in Week 8.
NFL Network analyst Brian Billick was on hand as 49ers QB Alex Smith nearly led a second-half comeback against the Texans, and the former Ravens coach came away impressed.
NFL Network analyst and former head coach Brian Billick will be chatting live with fans Tuesday on NFL.com at 7:15 p.m. ET.
One of the offseason’s confounding issues is why coaches like Brian Billick and Jim Fassel can’t land head-coaching jobs — and why they’re even struggling to get interviews.
Billick’s work and accomplishments are well-documented. In his 18 NFL years, his teams went to the playoffs 13 times. He won a Super Bowl with Baltimore. Just as impressive, five of Billick’s assistants in Baltimore went on to become head coaches in one of the least talked about but most impressive head-coaching trees.
Very quietly, the Jets have reached out to Brian Billick and thrown him into the mix of their head-coaching search. They are planning to interview Billick this week, and one league source said the former Ravens coach is “a viable candidate for the Jets’ job.”