Trips Bunch: Three Identified As Candidates To Become The Jaguars Next OC

With Jedd Fisch no longer running the offense for the Jacksonville Jaguars, Gus Bradley and company are on the hunt for someone who can reviatlize the stagnant, under-performing unit. Luckily for him, it sounds like he’s got a few

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Todd Dagenais Talks UCF Volleyball, Packers, NFL in L.A. with Insiders

Fresh off his first AAC Championship and Coach of the Year award, UCF head volleyball coach Todd Dagenais joined Eric Lopez and Jeff Sharon on Monday’s ‘Football Insiders‘ show on SportsTalk Florida 1080 The Team Orlando. An avid football

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Did Richard Sherman Fight Spark Seahawks Fines?

The Seattle Seahawks have been fined for violating no-contact rules and now information is being released that implies the cause of the fines sits on the shoulders of two players. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, cornerback


Pete Carroll Says Team is Focused and Ready

On handling extra breaks during the Super Bowl: “As we finish the week, we’re dealing with that so that we can prepare our guys and actually practice with breaks. That’s really what we’re going to do, so that everybody’s

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Pete Carroll Doesn’t Think Lynch is Wrong

On if Marshawn Lynch set a bad precedent for other players by cutting his media day availability short: “No, you know we have obligations that we try to fulfill the best we can. I don’t know how we can

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Winning, Weed, Macklemore: Carroll a Cool Cat

 Ben Haggerty doesn’t think he deserves the Grammy for best rap album, texting an apology to the eminently worthier Kendrick Lamar. “You got robbed,” writes Haggerty, aka Macklemore. “It’s weird and sucks that I robbed you.” Safe to say,


Seahawks Coach Carroll Speaks to Media

On not having any players on the roster with Super Bowl experience whether he gave them advice on the week ahead: “First off, I would like to correct you, Ricardo Lockette was at last year’s Super Bowl. We have


Tuck: Running Up The Score

It is the responsibility of both coaches to end a lopsided game peacefully, not just the coach with the big lead.