Sunday, January 13, 2008

Colts hope Dungy decides to return once again

Colts hope Dungy decides to return once again
Colts owner Jim Irsay will do what it takes to keep coach Tony Dungy.

Sources: Bills VP is top candidate to replace Levy
Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson will stay in-house to fill its top front-office vacancy, has learned, and Bills executive vice president of business operations Russ Brandon has emerged as the frontrunner.

Falcons hire Patriots' Dimitroff as new GM
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Snow job: Favre, Pack rout 'Hawks
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WVU's Slaton to skip senior season for NFL draft
West Virginia junior running back Steve Slaton said Sunday he will enter the NFL draft.

Pack, McCarthy closing in on contract extension
Packers coach Mike McCarthy is closing in on a contract extension as his team prepares to host the New York Giants in the NFC championship next weekend.

Turner carries Bolts to playoff upset
So, how did the Bolts pull off a 28-24 shocker over Indy without L.T. or Rivers in the end?'s Jim Trotter credits an unrelenting D, three backup stars and a go-for-broke coach.

Patriots exec Dimitroff hired as Falcons' new GM
Tapping into the wealth of talent in the New England personnel department, the Falcons on Saturday evening reached an agreement with Patriots director of college scouting Thomas Dimitroff to be the team's new general manager.

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