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By Ray Frager | February 19, 2009
Top 10 9 p.m. [NFL Network] The program looks at successful college coaches whose NFL tenures were much less so. Included are Lou Holtz, Pete Carroll and the ol' ball coach himself, Steve Spurrier. Also on the list: Bobby Petrino (left). Did he even unpack his boxes?
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By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | September 6, 2013
Jacoby Jones' sprained right knee means the Ravens will probably need short-term assistance on offense and special teams. The Ravens, for a variety of reasons, have shown no interest in perusing the slim veteran free agent market that includes Brandon Lloyd , Braylon Edwards , Laurent Robinson , Austin Collie , Josh Cribbs and David Nelson . If Jones is sidelined against the Cleveland Browns or longer, the Ravens could...
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By Joshua Mayers, Seattle Times | November 10, 2011
RENTON - Pete Carroll has had big cornerbacks on his teams before. But two starting at the same time? Never. Such is the unique luxury the Seahawks have in Brandon Browner (6 feet 4, 221 pounds) and Richard Sherman (6-3, 195), who have impressed not only in stature, but in production in their first years in Seattle. “I love the way these guys are playing,” Carroll said. “They have tremendous upside. They're just getting started.” The Seahawks' Week 10 opponent, Baltimore, has noticed.
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November 19, 2012
Watch Oregon's Kelly Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Oregon's Chip Kelly flirted with the idea of jumping to the NFL in the offseason, but a late change of heart kept him from leaving for the Buccaneers. That may not be the case after this season. Kelly will be a sought-after commodity for some NFL team, especially if he can help the Ducks make it to the national championship game. Just like Pete Carroll, who left the life of luxury that he had built at USC from 2000-09, the 48-year-old Kelly could be drawn to going after the next challenge in his life.
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By Danny O'Neil, Seattle Times | November 9, 2011
The season has only been half bad for Seattle's offense. Whether it's totally awful depends on what the Seahawks do in the second half of the schedule, because through eight games, Seattle has been the dregs. The Seahawks have scored fewer than 20 points six times, have yet to hold a halftime lead and in the past three games, Seattle has more penalties (29) than points (28). Looking for a bright side? Well, you're going to have to wait for it. "We're coming around," coach Pete Carroll said, "and we can see it. The change is happening right before our eyes.
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By Paul Needell and Paul Needell,New York Daily News | January 19, 1994
NEW YORK -- The Boomer has finally lowered on the New York Jets.After declining to comment since former coach Bruce Coslet was fired by general manager Dick Steinberg 12 days ago, quarterback Boomer Esiason admitted yesterday that he kept his lips zipped because he was so unnerved by the firing of his "very dear friend" he feared saying something he might regret.But Esiason went on the offensive yesterday.He contended the "selfishness" of some Jets -- specifically wide receiver Rob Moore, tight end Johnny Mitchell and strong safety Brian Washington -- hurt Coslet in the eyes of management.
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August 29, 1997
AFC EastNew EnglandLast season: 11-5, first place.Playoffs: Beat Steelers, 28-3, in divisional game; beat Jaguars, 20-6, in AFC championship game; lost to Packers, 35-21, in Super Bowl.Coach: Pete Carroll (6-10), first season with Patriots, second overall in NFL.Critical upgrades: The Patriots ranked a miserable 28th in pass defense last year, then drafted cornerback Chris Canty in the first round and signed free-agent cornerback Steve Israel. But were these upgrades? The Poor Man's Guide to the draft called Canty the most overrated corner of those coming out. Israel missed most of training camp with a leg injury.
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By Danny O'Neil, Seattle Times | November 10, 2011
RENTON - Zach Miller hasn't had a problem adjusting to Seattle per se. You just can't say Seattle's new tight end is catching on quickly. Not with just 11 receptions. Miller has never caught fewer than 44 passes in any season since entering the NFL in 2007. He caught 182 passes the past three seasons, seventh-most of any tight end in the league. There are currently 37 tight ends in the NFL with more catches than Miller. "That's not on him," coach Pete Carroll said.
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By Matt Vensel | April 21, 2011
Count Ravens coach John Harbaugh among those who think this week's release of the NFL's 2011 schedule -- which features a high-interest slate of Week 1 games, including Ravens-Steelers and Giants-Redskins -- is reason to believe the lockout will end before the scheduled start of the regular season. “The way I look at it, they scheduled us and the Steelers the first week, so they must be pretty optimistic we’re going to play a full schedule," Harbaugh said yesterday on "The Norris & Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan . "You look at the schedule, the openers all across the league are pretty compelling.
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By Edward Lee | November 11, 2011
When the Seattle Seahawks successfully wooed Tarvaris Jackson as an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, coach Pete Carroll did not waste much time anointing Jackson as the starting quarterback despite the presence of Charlie Whitehurst on the roster. The move has produced less-than-desirable results thus far. With six starts under his belt, Jackson ranks in the bottom fourth of the NFL in touchdown passes (six), interceptions (nine) and passer rating (73.2). Jackson has thrown two 300-yard games, and the Seahawks have lost both contests.
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By Edward Lee | November 11, 2011
When the Seattle Seahawks successfully wooed Tarvaris Jackson as an unrestricted free agent in the offseason, coach Pete Carroll did not waste much time anointing Jackson as the starting quarterback despite the presence of Charlie Whitehurst on the roster. The move has produced less-than-desirable results thus far. With six starts under his belt, Jackson ranks in the bottom fourth of the NFL in touchdown passes (six), interceptions (nine) and passer rating (73.2). Jackson has thrown two 300-yard games, and the Seahawks have lost both contests.
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By Danny O'Neil, Seattle Times | November 10, 2011
RENTON - Zach Miller hasn't had a problem adjusting to Seattle per se. You just can't say Seattle's new tight end is catching on quickly. Not with just 11 receptions. Miller has never caught fewer than 44 passes in any season since entering the NFL in 2007. He caught 182 passes the past three seasons, seventh-most of any tight end in the league. There are currently 37 tight ends in the NFL with more catches than Miller. "That's not on him," coach Pete Carroll said.
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By Joshua Mayers, Seattle Times | November 10, 2011
RENTON - Pete Carroll has had big cornerbacks on his teams before. But two starting at the same time? Never. Such is the unique luxury the Seahawks have in Brandon Browner (6 feet 4, 221 pounds) and Richard Sherman (6-3, 195), who have impressed not only in stature, but in production in their first years in Seattle. “I love the way these guys are playing,” Carroll said. “They have tremendous upside. They're just getting started.” The Seahawks' Week 10 opponent, Baltimore, has noticed.
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By Danny O'Neil, Seattle Times | November 9, 2011
The season has only been half bad for Seattle's offense. Whether it's totally awful depends on what the Seahawks do in the second half of the schedule, because through eight games, Seattle has been the dregs. The Seahawks have scored fewer than 20 points six times, have yet to hold a halftime lead and in the past three games, Seattle has more penalties (29) than points (28). Looking for a bright side? Well, you're going to have to wait for it. "We're coming around," coach Pete Carroll said, "and we can see it. The change is happening right before our eyes.
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By Matt Vensel | April 21, 2011
Count Ravens coach John Harbaugh among those who think this week's release of the NFL's 2011 schedule -- which features a high-interest slate of Week 1 games, including Ravens-Steelers and Giants-Redskins -- is reason to believe the lockout will end before the scheduled start of the regular season. “The way I look at it, they scheduled us and the Steelers the first week, so they must be pretty optimistic we’re going to play a full schedule," Harbaugh said yesterday on "The Norris & Davis Show" on 105.7 The Fan . "You look at the schedule, the openers all across the league are pretty compelling.
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By Ray Frager | February 19, 2009
Top 10 9 p.m. [NFL Network] The program looks at successful college coaches whose NFL tenures were much less so. Included are Lou Holtz, Pete Carroll and the ol' ball coach himself, Steve Spurrier. Also on the list: Bobby Petrino (left). Did he even unpack his boxes?
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November 19, 2012
Watch Oregon's Kelly Matt Murschel Orlando Sentinel Oregon's Chip Kelly flirted with the idea of jumping to the NFL in the offseason, but a late change of heart kept him from leaving for the Buccaneers. That may not be the case after this season. Kelly will be a sought-after commodity for some NFL team, especially if he can help the Ducks make it to the national championship game. Just like Pete Carroll, who left the life of luxury that he had built at USC from 2000-09, the 48-year-old Kelly could be drawn to going after the next challenge in his life.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | January 3, 2005
MIAMI - They come from different parts of the country, throw with different arms and have taken different paths to tomorrow's Bowl Championship Series national title game in the Orange Bowl at Pro Player Stadium. Oklahoma quarterback Jason White and his Southern California counterpart, Matt Leinart, share one significant achievement that has become something of an albatross for many in the same position. A year ago, White became the latest Heisman Trophy winner to fail in his quest to win a national title game that season, joining a list that includes Miami's Gino Torretta and Vinny Testaverde, Florida State's Chris Weinke and Nebraska's Eric Crouch.
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