Bill Parcells

25 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

FMIA: Reality Not So Nice For Patriots As Rob Gronkowski, Best Tight End of His Era, Walks Away From Football https://ift.tt/2HSh1cU PHOENIX — The news of Rob Gronkowski’s retirement wafted over the annual NFL Meetings at the stately old Arizona Biltmore at mid-afternoon Sunday, and there was universal respect from the […]

25 Mar 19
NBC Sports

Giants co-owner John Mara sits down with Peter King to discuss the blockbuster OBJ trade that rocked the NFL.

25 Mar 19
Parlay Game

Time is counted Rob GronkowskiThe career of the Patriots of New England star, who announced his retirement Sunday afternoon, never entered the league. A back surgery cost him his first year in Arizona and led the 21-year-old to declare for the 2010 draft, when he was forced to advance to the second round. Bill Belichick […]

25 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Barnwell: The unique greatness of Gronk, and where the Pats go next https://ift.tt/2CCqj9Q The clock has been ticking on Rob Gronkowski‘s career before the New England Patriots star, who announced his retirement on Sunday afternoon, ever entered the league. Back surgery cost him his junior year at Arizona and led the 21-year-old to declare for […]

25 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Barnwell: The unique greatness of Gronk, and where the Pats go next https://ift.tt/2CCqj9Q The clock has been ticking on Rob Gronkowski‘s career before the New England Patriots star, who announced his retirement on Sunday afternoon, ever entered the league. Back surgery cost him his junior year at Arizona and led the 21-year-old to declare for […]

25 Mar 19
ProFootballTalk

Rob Gronkowski’s retirement was the talk of the annual NFL Meetings in Phoenix on Sunday. Writing from the Arizona Biltmore lobby, Peter King begins his Football Morning in America column with a look back on Gronk’s career and how the Patriots are impacted by his retirement. Plus:

• The pass-interference replay solutions under discussion in Arizona, and the likelihood of any of them passing

• A Nobel Prize winner explains why the Raiders were the big winners in the Khalil Mack trade with the Bears.

• More thoughts, notes and opinions on the Colin Kaepernick settlement; Robert Kraft’s apology; fair play in overtime; the past decade for Chris Spielman; the quiet retirement of Malcolm Mitchell

• Plus 10 things, factoids, beernerdness, three interesting pro days and my long-awaited season picks for baseball.

24 Mar 19
Random Acts Of Dumbness

There’s no need for an introduction anymore. By now, you know what we’re doing here. We are taking every single NFL franchise and ranking every head coach that they’ve hired during the Super Bowl era. Get it? Got it? Now, up next……   Let’s Rank All Of The New York Jets Head Coaches     […]

23 Mar 19
Touchdown Wire

It isn’t easy to keep your job as a coach in the NFL. The carousel spins and when it stops there are usually multiple people out of jobs. Harder to find a permanent seat than one in musical chairs. Here’s a look at each franchise’s top sideline boss in the Super Bowl era.

23 Mar 19
Orlando Scoop

Confession: I’ve surrendered. After weeks of fighting it, I’ve given in to the insidious idea of tanking, even if (wink, wink) the Dolphins insist they aren’t going down this road. My life is so much better for giving in, too. No more debating right from wrong. No more fearing for world order, universal anarchy or […]

22 Mar 19
Doug Baker's NFL Blog

Guts and Genius tells the saga of the three heads coaches that truly did dominate the NFL in the 1980’s.  The author walks through the football lives of Bill Parcels (New York Giants), Bill Walsh (San Francisco 49’ers), and Joe Gibbs (Washington Redskins).  Between these coaches, through the 1980’s into the early 90’s, they won […]

22 Mar 19
Touchdown Wire

There are few things that can tank a franchise’s efforts more than a busted high draft pick. Plans for personnel and schematic success are drastically altered. Locker rooms can be poisoned. General managers and coaches can be fired, and if the draft pick is bad enough, their names can be held as toxic for years. […]

21 Mar 19
Archy news nety

January 28, 1996. That was last year that the Dallas Cowboys won a Super Bowl. It's been 23 years for "America & # 39; s team" and nothing else but disappointment and heartbreak for the fans. There are many reasons to be a fan of this team in the 21st century it has been one […]

20 Mar 19
Cowboys Wire

As depth is an important part of building a championship team, the Dallas Cowboys are taking the necessary steps to ensure they have it in their roster. The latest move brings them help in Drew Scott, able to help take the wear and tear off freshly re-signed veteran L.P. Ladouceur. Scott spent 2018 with the […]

20 Mar 19
PIGSKIN BOOKS

Gary Myers, an author and journalist who has covered the NFL for 40 years talks about the Cowboys, writing and his favourite books.