During the FedEx awards presentation Wednesday at the Super Bowl XLVI media center, Jaguars RB Maurice Jones-Drew addressed the changes happening in Jacksonville.
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Time now for a look at the top storylines for fantasy football on a Tuesday,
Posted: Friday, October 16th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Dallas Cowboys, Jamon Meredith, Jerry Jones, Junior Seau, Martellus Bennett, Mel Tucker, Steve Smith, Steven Jackson, Todd Haley, Wade Phillips
The Dallas Cowboys (and their fans) had high expectations coming into the season. But the team’s inconsistent play has resulted in a 3-2 start, which has many pundits pondering the job security of coach Wade Phillips. According to The Dallas Morning News, owner Jerry Jones insisted this week that Phillips is not in danger of losing his job, and compared the Cowboys’ woes to those of one of Dallas’ division rivals during the 2007 season: “Two years ago the Giants were seemingly not in disarray, but they were in trouble,” Jones said. “It was also absolutely expected that something was going to happen with the coach, [Tom] Coughlin. … Well, that same year they won the Super Bowl. You’ve got […]
Posted: Tuesday, September 15th, 2009 | Solomon Wilcots Tags: David Garrard, Derek Cox, Derrick Harvey, Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis Colts, Jacksonville Jaguars, Jim Caldwell, Mel Tucker, Peyton Manning, Robert Mathis, Sean Considine, Terrance Knighton
A blue collar slug fest has become the norm whenever the Jaguars and Colts hook up for an AFC South tussle. However, a closer look at the Colts’ 14-12 win that I called on Sunday revealed some new wrinkles in the make up of both teams.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported Thursday that deposed Browns defensive coordinator Mel Tucker has joined the Jacksonville Jaguars’ coaching staff.
The coaching carousel continues spinning. The Jacksonville Jaguars requested and were granted permission Wednesday to interview Mel Tucker for their defensive coordinator job. Tucker recently interviewed for the Cleveland Browns head-coaching job that went to Eric Mangini.