Drew Brees knows his head coach has a reputation, but he wants to set the record straight.
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The Bears have a general manager and head coach who apparently are both very comfortable in their own skins.
Since Matt LaFleur’s hiring as coach, the team’s three longest-tenured assistants — James Campen, Joe Whitt and Joe Philbin — have either been dismissed or given the OK to seek jobs elsewhere.
Meanwhile, LaFleur confirmed ex-Jacksonville Jaguars offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett is in the running to be the team’s new offensive coordinator. Hackett is the son of former University of Pittsburgh and USC head coach Paul Hackett, who mentored ex-Packers coach Mike McCarthy early in McCarthy’s coaching career at Pitt and with the Kansas City Chiefs.
That didn’t take long.Just a day after losing their defensive coordinator Vic Fangio, who was hired …
Malcolm Jenkins’ one-finger salute to the Saints sideline late in his Eagles’ Nov. 18 blowout loss displayed everything the New Orleans locker room loves and respects about the All-Pro free safety.
Gary Kubiak was expected to return to the sidelines as the Denver Broncos' offensive coordinator under new head coach Vic Fangio, but that will no longer happen, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Packers president Mark Murphy and general manager Brian Gutekunst — especially Murphy — are banking their reputations on LaFleur.
More than anything else, LaFleur’s success or failure as the 15th coach in the Packers’ storied 100-year history will be decided by just how well his two-time NFL MVP plays after a down year.