The Eagles have hired Dick Jauron to coach their secondary, according to a league source.
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League sources expect Chan Gailey to be hired as coach of the Bills this week.
I spoke with someone with intimate knowledge of the situation in Buffalo who says that despite firing coach Dick Jauron weeks ago, the Bills have really not even begun their latest coaching search.
Mike Shanahan is among several coaching candidates in whom the Bills have interest, but chief operating officer/general manager Russ Brandon has no meeting scheduled with him, league sources told NFL.com’s Vic Carucci.
Posted: Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Adrian Peterson, Arizona Cardinals, Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Jacobs, Buffalo Bills, Chris Johnson, Dick Jauron, Isaac Bruce, Josh Morgan, Minnesota Vikings, New York Giants, Ralph Wilson, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Steve Hutchinson, Steven Jackson, Terrell Owens
If Ralph Wilson is serious about making the Bills a prominent NFL franchise once again, it’s time to fork out the money and bring in the right people, writes Buffalo News columnist Jerry Sullivan.
Buffalo Bills interim coach Perry Fewell met with the media late Tuesday, remaining tight-lipped on everything except his coaching philosophy.
NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi joined NFL Total Access Monday to chat with host Fran Charles about a number of topics, including trade possibilities involving the Oakland Raiders.
The Buffalo Bills have announced that starting RT Brad Butler, who suffered a knee injury in Sunday’s 33-20 win over the Bucs, is out for the season.
While this game might not register on the must-see list, I am curious to see if Buffalo has the fortitude to bounce back from a heartbreaking loss to New England. I’m also eager to see if it makes some tweaks to the offense that should challenge the offensive line, quarterback Trent Edwards, and the team’s wide receivers.
Bills coach Dick Jauron made decided to remove offensive coordinator Turk Schonert on Friday morning, according to a league source.
Posted: Wednesday, August 19th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Aaron Maybin, Brady Quinn, Brandon Marshall, Buffalo Bills, Chris Cooley, Cleveland Browns, David Tyree, Denver Broncos, Derek Anderson, Dick Jauron, Drew Brees, Eric Green, Eric Mangini, Indianapolis Colts, Jim Caldwell, Josh McDaniels, Miami Dolphins, Mike Williams, Phillip Daniels, Sean Payton, Sean Smith, Terrell Owens, Vontae Davis, Washington Redskins
Bills coach Dick Jauron announced WR Terrell Owens’ sprained toe will keep him out of Saturday’s preseason game at Green Bay.
For the time being, Terrell Owens’ toe is the center of attention in Bills training camp. Owens sat out both practice sessions Wednesday, which included a morning walkthrough, because of his sprained toe.
Terrell Owens did not participate in a morning walkthrough with the Bills on Tuesday — it was an excused absence — and was not scheduled to practice during the team’s night session, either, according to a statment released during the afternoon by coach Dick Jauron.
Terrell Owens was absent from the Bills’ morning walkthrough, two days after he complained of a sore toe following the club’s preseason opener in the Pro Football Hall of Fame game.
It’s no surprise that as Bills training camp officially opened in Rochester, N.Y., the spotlight was squarely on the highest-profile newcomer, Terrell Owens.