Ravens fans and Cam Cameron agree, the team firing him late in the season was brilliant. If Cameron, the offensive coordinator who was fired on Dec. 10, is bitter about the Ravens making the Super Bowl after he was replaced, he’s hiding it exceptionally well. “It was a brilliant move,” Cameron told the New York Times . “Everyone on the team took a look in the mirror after that.” Not too often you’ll find a fired employee say that about his dismissal.
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Cam Cameron on being fired by the Ravens: ‘A brilliant move’ (Shutdown Corner)
Welcome to football’s zombie week, the languid intermission where we take sips of amaro or calvados and rummage for things to talk about. Soon they’ll herd us all back for the grand finale.
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The Pro Game: Super memories, in no particular order (Pro Football Weekly)
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Ex-Denver assistants give West new look
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Chicago Cubs scout Sam Hughes watches Colin Kaepernick nowadays and still wonders what the strong-armed NFL quarterback might look like on a pitching mound, as a power arm in the pros.
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Never any doubt for Niners Kaepernick
To become Super Bowl champions, the Broncos need to learn one more thing from quarterback Peyton Manning: Fear.
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Kiszla: Fear of failure best fuel for Denver Broncos in 2013
There was a moment, just before the South team at the Senior Bowl began its afternoon practice Wednesday, when two men shook hands, talking briefly in the middle of a crowd doing other things.
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NFL and college football intersect at Senior Bowl