Peyton Manning has elevated the play of his entire team, there’s no doubt he’s back to his usual winning ways, and taking Denver along for the ride in a way Tebow couldn’t.
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Manning Makes All Broncos Better
BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A person familiar with the Buffalo Bills’ coaching search says the team is still scheduled to interview Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy this weekend.
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Source: Bills will still interview Broncos’ McCoy (The Associated Press)
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Chapter 5 of Pete Carroll’s book ”Win Forever” is all about the decision he made in 1995 that eventually landed him a gig as the defensive coordinator in San Francisco and helped frame his coaching philosophies moving forward.
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Pete Carroll, Mike Shanahan meet in playoffs (The Associated Press)
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The Philadelphia Eagles will interview Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley for their coaching vacancy.
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Eagles set to interview Arians, Bradley (The Associated Press)
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The playoffs can’t start soon enough for Donnie Avery.
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Indy needs playoff newcomers to get past Ravens (The Associated Press)
Peyton Manning often had two tight ends in his Colts offenses, utilizing Dallas Clark, Marcus Pollard, Ben Utecht and Jacob Tamme, among others in his passing game. So when Manning came to Denver, the Broncos added a pair of tight ends, and it has provided another dynamic for opponents to stop.
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Dreessen, Tamme add extra element to Broncos’ offense (Pro Football Weekly)
The New Year began with seven head coaching vacancies. One of those positions has been filled, as former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid has reached an agreement with the Kansas City Chiefs. The news of Reid’s agreement came as no surprise as hours before, the Chiefs and general manager Scott Pioli mutually agreed to part ways. Reid is expected to bring his own general manager with him to Kansas City, with Green Bay Packers director of football operations John Dorsey the favorite to land the position. Arizona Cardinals : Early in the week, the Cardinals had been the favorite to land Reid, but Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt intercepted the veteran coach and sealed the deal. Arizona president Michael Bidwill has been busy interviewing other candidates, including current defensive coordinator Ray Horton, who has had two interviews for Ken Whisenhunt’s old job. The Cardinals have also requested permission to interview Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley, who was the Cardinals’ offensive coordinator in 2007-08. Other candidates for the Cardinals include Denver Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy and the team may have interest in Oregon head coach Chip Kelly. The Cardinals are also reportedly one of two targets of Lovie Smith, who plans on remaining in a head coach position after he was fired by the Chicago Bears on Monday. Buffalo Bills : CEO Russ Brandon is leading the search for the team’s next head coach and has spent the better part of the week in the Phoenix area. Thus far, the Bills have interviewed former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and current Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton. The Bills will meet with Oregon’s Chip Kelly on Friday and have interviews lined up with Lovie Smith and Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy. A dark horse candidate in Buffalo is Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone. Carolina Panthers : We’re adding the Panthers to mix because head coach Ron Rivera is scheduled to meet with owner Jerry Richardson on Saturday. The Panthers fired GM Marty Hurney during the 2012 season and Rivera is no lock to return in 2013. However, the Panthers closed out the regular season on a high note, winning four straight and five of their last six to finish 7-9, which should buy Rivera another season in Charlotte. Chicago Bears : GM Phil Emery has a lengthy list of candidates to replace Lovie Smith. Thus far, Emery has interviewed Atlanta Falcons special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan and New Orleans Saints offensive coordinator Pete Carmichael. Emery is scheduled to meet with Dallas Cowboys special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis and Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy over the weekend. The Bears are also interested in Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements and Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians. Cleveland Browns : Browns owner Jimmy Haslam and CEO Joe Banner will interview Oregon’s Chip Kelly on Friday. The Browns also interviewed Cardinals defensive coordinator Ray Horton, former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt and Penn State head coach Bill O’Brien, who is staying at the school. Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone has also been interviewed for the Browns’ vacancy.
Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy will apparently have a busy weekend (Shutdown Corner)
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — John Elway insisted that every one of the Denver Broncos was better the second Peyton Manning put his signature on that nearly $100 million contract last spring.
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Manning has made all of the Broncos better (The Associated Press)
On Monday, hours after firing yet another unsuccessful head coach, Clark Hunt reached out to season ticket holders of the Kansas City Chiefs with a pe…
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Andy Reid brings instant credibility