Posts Tagged ‘Tony Dungy’

Roundup: Did Minnesota’s Weber work his way into draft?

There’s the way Cam Newton did it, and then there’s Adam Weber‘s way. While Newton had his own “media workout” in San Diego before showcasing his talents at the combine and Auburn’s pro day — the latter of which drew a crowd in excess of 200 media types and NFL team evaluators — Weber’s workout last Tuesday was a little more under the radar.

Concerning Ryan, ‘hire’ a four-letter word to Dungy

Tony Dungy gives Jets coach Rex Ryan a thumbs down for his performance on HBO’s “Hard Knocks”.

Dungy: Vick’s party was ‘recipe for failure’

Tony Dungy a mentor to Michael Vick, says the decision to hold a public birthday party where people pay to get in was “a recipe for failure.”

For now, Eagles stand by Vick

Michael Vick has denied any wrongdoing in association with a shooting following his 30th birthday celebration, and the Philadelphia Eagles are, for now, standing by their backup quarterback.

Former Colts coach Dungy shocked that Indy lost

Former Colts coach Tony Dungy said last week that he would be shocked if Indianapolis lost Super Bowl XLIV. He sure sounded shocked Monday.

Colts Super Bowl loss would ‘absolutely’ shock Dungy

Tony Dungy is convinced that his former team, the Colts, will win Super Bowl XLIV against the Saints.

Seahawks technically broke rules with Dungy contact

The Seahawks’ contact with Tony Dungy about their team president vacancy technically violated NFL rules because, according to league sources, the retired coach still has a valid contract with the Colts.

Goodell: Player input is valuable to league

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell appeared on NBC’s “Football Night in America” to discuss the new NFL Player Advisory Forum.

Goodell speaking on advisory forum on NFL Network

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell‘s interview about the new NFL Player Advisory Forum will air tonight on NFL Network’s Thursday Night Kickoff Presented by Sears pregame show at 6 p.m. ET.

Midseason awards — not stating the obvious

There are so many things that can be debated at the midseason point. Even though there’s still a lot of football left to be played, I’m about to give props to some deserving guys who might not be getting the recognition they deserve.

Colts make it look easy

What should I say that hasn’t already been said about the Colts? I can’t help but think Peyton Manning is the greatest QB to ever play the game, and this team might be on a collision course for a Super Bowl matchup against the Saints.

Jeff Fisher in a Peyton Manning jersey? It happened

Titans coach Jeff Fisher might be Colts QB Peyton Manning’s No. 1 fan. Maybe not, but at least Fisher was seen wearing a Manning jersey.

Explaining the Wildcat

The Wildcat has left more than just NFL defenders confused and frustrated. In fact, just about everyone I talk to seems to have their own concept about what the Wildcat offense actually is. But here’s a breakdown of the offense that has become an answer to the Zone Blitz.

Saluting NFL’s ‘Good Guys’

Many of our heroes on the football field also are heroes off the field – doing amazing work to help out in the communities where they live and work. If those guys have time to help their communities between their grueling schedules, then we fans should definitely find time to volunteer, too!

My Elite 8 for 2009

Every year, I believe there are eight teams that legitimately fit into the Super Bowl conversation. And every year, one team jumps into the mix, like the Arizona Cardinals did last year. Here are my 2009 Elite 8 teams.

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