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Mike Mularkey gets vote of confidence from Titans owner

Mike Mularkey gets vote of confidence from Titans owner

In fact, long-time Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy went so far as to declare that they were given back-to-back byes before the AFC title game. "He actually knows when to run and when to pass the ball when scrambling", Patriots safety Duron Harmon said Wednesday.


National Football League investigating Raiders' Rooney Rule compliance

National Football League investigating Raiders' Rooney Rule compliance

Gannon played for the Raiders from 1999-2004. Wyche reported on NFL Network's Up to the Minute Live that the revised timeline of Gruden's hiring led to the Fritz Pollard Alliance's investigation request. ".That's the term that we were using in our discussions and everything, are you all-in? And this time he didn't waver, either", Davis said. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said Tuesday he interviewed two minority candidates before Gruden's hiring was announced.



Kevin Durant Reaches 20000 Career Points

Williams tallied 27 of his 50 points in the third quarter for the visiting Clippers who beat Golden State for the first time in more than three years. The Warriors went on a 10-0 run midway through the second quarter before taking a 62-58 lead into halftime. The Warriors got no closer than 13 over the final six minutes.


Chicago Bears: Three players Nagy, new coaching staff could target

Chicago Bears: Three players Nagy, new coaching staff could target

Nagy's strong early work in assembling his staff is a likely byproduct - and beneficial one - of being the first of six clubs to hire a head coach this offseason. Or he could have reunited with Chip Kelly , for whom he was offensive coordinator at OR, and run the offense at UCLA. Helfrich's experience with that system should pay dividends.


National Football League sets three 2018 matchups for London, none involving Ravens

National Football League sets three 2018 matchups for London, none involving Ravens

Wembley once again plays host to two games for a third-straight year, continuing their 11-year partnership with the NFL . Mark Waller, NFL executive vice-president of events and worldwide, said: "We are very excited about playing our first game at Tottenham's magnificent new stadium, and will follow our usual pattern of playing one game in our first season at a new venue, as we did at Wembley and Twickenham in previous years".