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Firings so far today:
Cleveland Browns - Fired head coach and GM
Phildelphia Eagles - Fired Andy Reid
Kansas City Chiefs - Fired head coach and GM
San Diego Chargers - Fired Norv Turner and GM
New York Jets - Fired their GM, but kept Rex Ryan for now at least.
Buffalo Bills - Fired their Head Coach and GM
Jacksonville Jaguars - Fired their GM
Chicago Bears - Fired head coach Lovie Smith
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by catahoulatigers 19 months ago
"That was Death Valley,". "That was the place where opponents' dreams come to die. Coach Les Miles after the LSU - South Carolina game.
Noting that the Cleveland Browns fired their head coach and GM, this sets the stage for offering Saban the big salary, total control (HC and GM), and part ownership. Watch for it!!!!!!!
We can always hope, my friend!
If I owned the Browns and wanted to win, I would Hell it can't hurt
For Haslam that could be a double play. Ostensible strengthen his pro franchise (Browns) while weakening his college franchise (Vols) perceived main rival!
Looks like a couple of you started drinking early today.
I think the Bears is a pretty attractive job... decent QB, explosive RB, and rock solid Defense... and it's a franchise that is used to winning and sick of the mediocrity... could they be a good landing spot for $aban??
Proud to support everything Louisiana
This would be great for us but realistically he just isnt a great nfl coach. He is a control freak about everything and very ridgid. Great for college but doesnt work when the atheletes are more important then the coach. His style is absolutely perfect for college. That being said lets hope miami left a bad taste in his mouth and he is ready to prove he can do it and he is tired of living in $h*t house alabama.
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