Tom Brady and the Patriots fell short Sunday when trying to capture their second straight Super Bowl title, but the star quarterback still had kind words for his teammates.
Owners are still all over the map about how to handle potential protests during the national anthem — and about whether rules need to be put in place to stop them.
How much the president (and vice president, who publicly protested the protests at a game last season) will keep hectoring the players, commissioner, owners and league overall on the topic remains unclear. Goodell, somewhat surprisingly, said he had not spoken to the president about his constant attacks and did not seem compelled to do so, to defend his sport and its players or otherwise.
A source said Eagles running backs coach Duce Staley would then become the frontrunner for New York’s offensive coordinator vacancy.
The Vikings are reportedly interviewing DeFilippo following the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade Thursday.
DeFillipo’s contract with the Eagles is set to expire next week. However, an opportunity to become Philadelphia’s offensive coordinator could open if Frank Reich is hired away to become Indianapolis’ new head coach.
News of New York’s strong interest in Stefanski was first reported earlier this week by SportsNet New York (SNY).
Stefanski, 35, began coaching with the Vikings as an assistant to then-head coach Brad Childress in 2006. Stefanski climbed his way up Minnesota’s coaching ranks and replaced the fired Scott Turner working with Vikings quarterbacks in 2017.
Why should a coach coming off back-to-back losing seasons be given another chance to reverse the franchise’s fortunes?
The Steelers community and sports world at large has been sending Wholesale Jerseys get-well wishes via social media to Shazier ever since he suffered his injury making a tackle in Monday night’s game against the Bengals. Steelers Cheap NFL Jerseys China coaches and players told the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review they’re more concerned about Shazier’s ability to lead a normal life than his football career.