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By Edward Lee | January 6, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts' nine points in Sunday's 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence of offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who was hospitalized at a Baltimore-area hospital Sunday morning with serious flu-like symptoms, but wide receiver Reggie Wayne downplayed the impact of having quarterbacks coach...
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January 16, 2013
Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who's making $8 million per year in Matt Forte, yet can't consistently generate an offense. Arians is the guy who can get the most out of Cutler, just as he did with Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. The Bears want a power running game?
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January 16, 2013
Arians can help Cutler Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times Bruce Arians is the best choice for the Bears. This is a team that has the franchise's best quarterback in the modern era in Jay Cutler, an elite receiver in Brandon Marshall, a running back who's making $8 million per year in Matt Forte, yet can't consistently generate an offense. Arians is the guy who can get the most out of Cutler, just as he did with Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh. The Bears want a power running game?
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By Edward Lee | January 6, 2013
The Indianapolis Colts' nine points in Sunday's 15-point loss to the Ravens in Sunday's AFC wild-card playoff round, matched a season low when the team fell to the New York Jets, 35-9, on Oct. 14. Critics might point to the absence of offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who was hospitalized at a Baltimore-area hospital Sunday morning with serious flu-like symptoms, but wide receiver Reggie Wayne downplayed the impact of having quarterbacks coach...
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By Peter Schmuck | January 6, 2013
Colts coach Chuck Pagano was understandably disappointed in the outcome of Sunday's playoff game against the Ravens, but he said after the game that he was not disappointed in his team. Quite the contrary. “They went out and did what everybody said they couldn't do," Pagano said. “They refused to live in circumstance. They chose to live in vision. Just watching them doing battle today - we didn't do enough out there today, we didn't make enough plays. We had opportunities, but just watching this team fight, fight, week in and week out to accomplish what they have accomplished, I told them 'When you walk of here, hold your head high and be very, very proud of the way you played this game, the way you represented this organization.'” Pagano's story is well known.
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December 26, 2012
Better with his guidance Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Colts will get an emotional boost from Chuck Pagano's return that will make them a better team, but they also will get a coaching boost. Pagano, don't forget, was hired because of his leadership ability and defensive intellect. It was clear early on that he had a grasp on this team. He has a rare ability to touch and motivate players. The Colts will be better with his guidance and ideas. Pagano's return will give the team other resources and allow interim head coach Bruce Arians to focus more on what he was hired to do, which is run the offense.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
Imparting knowledge about strategy, needling referees and providing timely jokes or a touch of sternness, Ravens coach John Harbaugh has quickly built a reputation for his intensity and winning. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin commands respect with the gravitas of a Super Bowl ring, displaying a swagger evident on both the sideline and during his authoritative news conferences. When the Ravens and the Steelers square off Sunday night in another pivotal AFC North clash, the respective imprints of Harbaugh and Tomlin will be on full display.
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By Ron Fritz and The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2012
The Ravens' loss of defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano to the Indianapolis Colts might actually be a big gain in the long run. Not because Dean Pees is replacing Pagano, but because Pagano just hired Bruce Arians, former Steelers offensive coordinator, to the same job in Indy, and he will interview Keith Butler, Steelers linebacker coach, to be defensive coordinator of the Colts. You can say that Arians had already left the Steelers and therefore isn't a loss to them, but he and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger have killed the Ravens for years.
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January 1, 2013
Zimmer, Chargers Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times I don't see Andy Reid taking a break from coaching, considering he hopped right back into it in the immediate aftermath of his son's death. He's a workaholic, and that almost certainly helps him cope with his grief. It's conceivable he could wind up in San Diego, but the Chargers probably would be turned off by his recent record and that he'd likely be looking for too much control. Still, that's a possible landing spot.
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October 24, 1996
BaseballMets: Named former Oriole Rick Dempsey manager of International League Norfolk Tides.Twins: Promoted former Oriole Jim Dwyer to minor-league roving hitting instructor.Cardinals: Promoted Joe Pettini, Louisville Redbirds manager, to minor-league field coordinator.BasketballMagic: Waived F Devin Gray (St. Frances).CollegeAuburn: Agreed to five-year contract with women's basketball coach Joe Ciampi.Hamilton: Named Tom Cole men's hockey coach.Indiana, Pa.: Named former Bowie Baysox manager Bobby Miscik baseball coach.
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By Peter Schmuck | January 6, 2013
Colts coach Chuck Pagano was understandably disappointed in the outcome of Sunday's playoff game against the Ravens, but he said after the game that he was not disappointed in his team. Quite the contrary. “They went out and did what everybody said they couldn't do," Pagano said. “They refused to live in circumstance. They chose to live in vision. Just watching them doing battle today - we didn't do enough out there today, we didn't make enough plays. We had opportunities, but just watching this team fight, fight, week in and week out to accomplish what they have accomplished, I told them 'When you walk of here, hold your head high and be very, very proud of the way you played this game, the way you represented this organization.'” Pagano's story is well known.
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December 26, 2012
Better with his guidance Dan Pompei Chicago Tribune The Colts will get an emotional boost from Chuck Pagano's return that will make them a better team, but they also will get a coaching boost. Pagano, don't forget, was hired because of his leadership ability and defensive intellect. It was clear early on that he had a grasp on this team. He has a rare ability to touch and motivate players. The Colts will be better with his guidance and ideas. Pagano's return will give the team other resources and allow interim head coach Bruce Arians to focus more on what he was hired to do, which is run the offense.
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
Imparting knowledge about strategy, needling referees and providing timely jokes or a touch of sternness, Ravens coach John Harbaugh has quickly built a reputation for his intensity and winning. Steelers coach Mike Tomlin commands respect with the gravitas of a Super Bowl ring, displaying a swagger evident on both the sideline and during his authoritative news conferences. When the Ravens and the Steelers square off Sunday night in another pivotal AFC North clash, the respective imprints of Harbaugh and Tomlin will be on full display.
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February 29, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with SS Gabby Martinez, SS Jose Valentin and P Mike Potts.Indians: Signed P Maximo De La Rosa, P Alan Embree, P Daron Kirkreit, P Steven Kline, P Jim Lewis, P Albie Lopez, P Chad Ogea, P Jeff Sexton, J. J. Thobe, P Casey Whitten, C Ernie Diaz, IF Damian Jackson, IF Enrique Wilson and OF Brian Giles.Mets: Agreed to terms with OF Ryan Thompson (Chestertown) on $275,000 contract and OF Carl Everett on $178,000 deal.Phillies: Agreed to terms with P Russ Springer.
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By David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2013
With a TV event as emotional and epic as the last game in Baltimore for Ray Lewis, it would be a mistake to micro-critique the telecast of the game itself by CBS Sports. I'll talk about the work of the Ravens' 24-9 win over the Indianapolis Colts by Jim Nantz and Phil Simms in this review. But the big story was the "last ride" in Baltimore for Lewis, and the performance of CBS Sports Sunday should first and last be judged by how it covered that story. In terms of preparation and understanding how big the story was, CBS Sports was absolutely on it coming into the game.
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