Why Is Will McClay Staying With The Dallas Cowboys?Amid an assortment of wild speculation and inaccurate reporting taking hold over the course of the last week, McClay — the Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel— issued a very powerful statement on Wednesday morning while saying very few words.
Bill Belichick "Absolutely" Intends To Return As Patriots Coach Next SeasonBill Belichick said that he "absolutely" intends to return as Patriots coach next season despite reports of turmoil involving himself, quarterback Tom Brady and owner Robert Kraft.
CFL Team Buys More Time To Negotiate With Johnny ManzielThe CFL's Tiger-Cats issued a statement confirming that an offer was made to Johnny Manziel. By doing so, the team prevented him from becoming a free agent.
Report: Jon Gruden To Be Announced As New Raiders CoachThe Oakland Raiders will introduce Jon Gruden as the new head coach of the football team at a Tuesday press conference, according to reports.
Is This The Season Of Change For Cowboys Coveted Exec Will McClay?It is an annual occurrence, as predictable and reliable as the change of seasons: Dallas Cowboys senior director of college and pro personnel Will McClay receives flirtations from NFL teams considering giving him a fancier title to depart Dallas.
Playoffs Or Bust? It's Looking That Way For Cowboys In 2018Now the quarterback-running back combo for the Dallas Cowboys will have to figure out how to get back to the playoffs in what could be a critical season for the future of coach Jason Garrett.
Broncos Keeping Rookie Coach Vance Joseph After 5-11 SeasonThe Broncos are retaining rookie coach Vance Joseph, who went just 5-11 in his first season. There was speculation that the team would be on the lookout for its fourth coach in five years.
NFL Offensive Production Falls Despite Record For Tom BradyThe NFL's offensive surge hit a speed bump this season as production dipped after a run of big-scoring seasons fueled by rule changes that have benefited the passing game.
Bruce Arians Announces Retirement After 5 Seasons With CardinalsBruce Arians is retiring from coaching after five mostly successful and usually entertaining seasons as head coach of the Cardinals. He won a franchise record 50 games in his five seasons.
Browns Coach Hue Jackson Grateful To Keep Job After 0-16 SeasonCleveland head coach Hue Jackson hung onto his job despite going 0-16 this year and 1-31 last year with the Browns. Jackson apologized to fans on Monday.
Bills, Titans, Falcons Make Way Into Playoffs With WinsThe last time they reached the postseason, the Bills lost in the Music City Miracle game in Nashville in January 2000. Their playoff drought was the longest current string in North American professional sports.
Fate Of Several NFL Coaches To Be Decided In Coming DaysThe fate of several other NFL coaches could be determined in the next few days, maybe even the next few hours.