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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1999
He has come a long way since the days of toiling in the World League, and even then, Jim Haslett made an impression on people like Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Sinclair.Sinclair, who led the NFL in sacks in 1998, played under Haslett with the Sacramento Surge. In 1992, with Haslett as its defensive coordinator, Sacramento won the WLAF championship.Haslett and Sinclair could be reunited soon, unless a team like the Ravens has something to say about it.Haslett, the defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers, spent yesterday interviewing for the vacant head coaching job with the Seahawks.
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By Sports Digest | January 13, 2010
Jim Haslett agreed Tuesday to become the Washington Redskins' defensive coordinator, the second major hire for new coach Mike Shanahan . A person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press about the move on condition of anonymity because the team hasn't made an announcement. Haslett was the head coach of the New Orleans Saints from 2000 to 2005 and interim coach for the St. Louis Rams in 2008 after Scott Linehan was fired. He has also been a defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams, Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers.
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By KEN MURRAY | November 30, 2008
28 Seahawks (2-10) Dismantling will begin shortly. 29 Bengals (1-9-1) Free agents have their bags packed. 30 Chiefs (1-10) Lots of rookies, but are they going to grow? 31 Rams (2-9) Diminishing returns for Jim Haslett. 32 Lions (0-12) Showed true colors Thursday.
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By From Sun news services | March 12, 2009
Vick must appear at bankruptcy hearing nfl Fallen NFL star quarterback Michael Vick has to appear at a bankruptcy hearing next month but should pay his own way from the Kansas prison where he is serving time for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy, a judge ruled yesterday in Norfolk, Va. At an hourlong hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank J. Santoro rejected the government's suggestions that he either postpone Vick's April 2 bankruptcy confirmation hearing...
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By Sports Digest | January 13, 2010
Jim Haslett agreed Tuesday to become the Washington Redskins' defensive coordinator, the second major hire for new coach Mike Shanahan . A person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press about the move on condition of anonymity because the team hasn't made an announcement. Haslett was the head coach of the New Orleans Saints from 2000 to 2005 and interim coach for the St. Louis Rams in 2008 after Scott Linehan was fired. He has also been a defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams, Saints and Pittsburgh Steelers.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Andy Reid's first restoration project was a 1928 Ford Model A. The car was bought by his father for $25 just after World War II and was driven by Walter Reid until his death 50 years later. That's when this paint-spattered wreck of a car came into Andy Reid's life. That's when Reid learned about the commitment of rebuilding. "It took me about a year to do it," Reid said. "I took it all the way down to the nuts and bolts and put it back together the right way." The right way has become the only way for Reid, the Philadelphia Eagles' coach known primarily for his mustache and monotone.
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By Team previews by Ken Murray | September 5, 2002
Atlanta Falcons Last season: 7-9, fourth place, NFC West. Coach: Dan Reeves (178-149-1), sixth year with Falcons, 22nd year in NFL. Story line: Is QB Michael Vick ready to be a starter and does he have enough weapons to be successful in this offense? Power game: With the addition of RB Warrick Dunn in free agency and power RB T. J. Duckett, the Falcons should have a reasonable running game. The only problem is that Dunn was promised 20 to 25 carries per game, a workload he is unlikely to realize with Duckett on board.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | November 27, 2008
Marvin Lewis' primary concern is motivating his 1-9-1 Bengals to finish the season on a positive note, beginning with Sunday's contest against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. How much longer Lewis, the Cincinnati coach, will be entrusted with that responsibility is another issue. The Bengals are in the midst of one of their poorest seasons in recent memory and are in danger of having a worse record than the 2002 squad's 2-14, which stands as the worst mark in franchise history.
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September 1, 2000
Atlanta Falcons Last season: 5-11, third. Coach: Dan Reeves (167-128-1), fourth season with Falcons, 20th in NFL. Strength of schedule: tie for 22nd. Starting quarterback: Chris Chandler (52-58). Best move: WR Shawn Jefferson may be overpaid at $14.2 million over five years, but the Falcons badly needed someone to stretch opposing defenses and take some pressure off of Jamal Anderson. Missing piece: The vacancy at DE is alarming. Lester Archambeau and Chuck Smith, the most underrated tandem in the NFL, have gone to Denver and Carolina.
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By From Sun news services | March 12, 2009
Vick must appear at bankruptcy hearing nfl Fallen NFL star quarterback Michael Vick has to appear at a bankruptcy hearing next month but should pay his own way from the Kansas prison where he is serving time for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy, a judge ruled yesterday in Norfolk, Va. At an hourlong hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank J. Santoro rejected the government's suggestions that he either postpone Vick's April 2 bankruptcy confirmation hearing...
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By KEN MURRAY | November 30, 2008
28 Seahawks (2-10) Dismantling will begin shortly. 29 Bengals (1-9-1) Free agents have their bags packed. 30 Chiefs (1-10) Lots of rookies, but are they going to grow? 31 Rams (2-9) Diminishing returns for Jim Haslett. 32 Lions (0-12) Showed true colors Thursday.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,edward.lee@baltsun.com | November 27, 2008
Marvin Lewis' primary concern is motivating his 1-9-1 Bengals to finish the season on a positive note, beginning with Sunday's contest against the Ravens at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. How much longer Lewis, the Cincinnati coach, will be entrusted with that responsibility is another issue. The Bengals are in the midst of one of their poorest seasons in recent memory and are in danger of having a worse record than the 2002 squad's 2-14, which stands as the worst mark in franchise history.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2005
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Andy Reid's first restoration project was a 1928 Ford Model A. The car was bought by his father for $25 just after World War II and was driven by Walter Reid until his death 50 years later. That's when this paint-spattered wreck of a car came into Andy Reid's life. That's when Reid learned about the commitment of rebuilding. "It took me about a year to do it," Reid said. "I took it all the way down to the nuts and bolts and put it back together the right way." The right way has become the only way for Reid, the Philadelphia Eagles' coach known primarily for his mustache and monotone.
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By Team previews by Ken Murray | September 5, 2002
Atlanta Falcons Last season: 7-9, fourth place, NFC West. Coach: Dan Reeves (178-149-1), sixth year with Falcons, 22nd year in NFL. Story line: Is QB Michael Vick ready to be a starter and does he have enough weapons to be successful in this offense? Power game: With the addition of RB Warrick Dunn in free agency and power RB T. J. Duckett, the Falcons should have a reasonable running game. The only problem is that Dunn was promised 20 to 25 carries per game, a workload he is unlikely to realize with Duckett on board.
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September 1, 2000
Atlanta Falcons Last season: 5-11, third. Coach: Dan Reeves (167-128-1), fourth season with Falcons, 20th in NFL. Strength of schedule: tie for 22nd. Starting quarterback: Chris Chandler (52-58). Best move: WR Shawn Jefferson may be overpaid at $14.2 million over five years, but the Falcons badly needed someone to stretch opposing defenses and take some pressure off of Jamal Anderson. Missing piece: The vacancy at DE is alarming. Lester Archambeau and Chuck Smith, the most underrated tandem in the NFL, have gone to Denver and Carolina.
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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1999
He has come a long way since the days of toiling in the World League, and even then, Jim Haslett made an impression on people like Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Sinclair.Sinclair, who led the NFL in sacks in 1998, played under Haslett with the Sacramento Surge. In 1992, with Haslett as its defensive coordinator, Sacramento won the WLAF championship.Haslett and Sinclair could be reunited soon, unless a team like the Ravens has something to say about it.Haslett, the defensive coordinator for the Pittsburgh Steelers, spent yesterday interviewing for the vacant head coaching job with the Seahawks.
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October 20, 2002
The number 11 Consecutive losses by the Colts in Pittsburgh, dating to 1968. The quote "I thought it was innovative. It is a heck of an idea. I was laughing when I saw it." Saints coach Jim Haslett on Terrell Owens' ball-signing antics after a touchdown catch Monday night for the 49ers.
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