Players Boycott Return Of Coach Fired For False Child Porn Charges

The story of Todd Hoffner, the former Minnesota State-Mankato football coach who was fired after being falsely accused of possessing child pornography in 2012, took a strange and sad turn today as he attempted to reclaim his old job—and players refused to practice for him. » 4/16/14 5:55pm Wednesday 5:55pm

How Fast Has Your NFL Team Cycled Through Coaches?

Over at the TheSportsGeeks.com, Alex Chalupka has put together a pretty telling graphic on the tenure length of each NFL team's last three coaches. The Steelers have had an impressive run, with just three coaches in the last 44 years, and at least one Super Bowl for each. The unfortunate Browns are pacing the league in … » 3/14/14 11:22am 3/14/14 11:22am

The Browns' Coaching Search Has Reached DEFCON Schiano

The Cleveland Browns 2014 Coaching Search of Sadness (sponsored by Pilot Flying J) appears to be entering its final days, with a pair of surprise entrants: one guy who had previously taken his name out of the running, and another that many assumed would never coach in this league again. » 1/23/14 9:08am 1/23/14 9:08am

Nick Saban's Daughter Testifies In "Catfight" Lawsuit

A Tuscaloosa judge heard arguments yesterday filed against Kristen Saban, the daughter of Alabama's head coach. It was brought by her sorority sister Sarah Grimes, who claims...well, she claims Saban beat the shit out of her. » 1/22/14 11:44am 1/22/14 11:44am

The Browns' Coaching Search Just Got Sadder And More Desperate

The Browns remain the only NFL team without a head coach. (And the assistants, concerned the front office has no plan, are jumping ship.) Owner Jimmy Haslam told fans to chill out, that this was the plan all along, that the Browns were prepared to wait until all the coaches left in the postseason were done. By all… » 1/21/14 12:04pm 1/21/14 12:04pm

The Secret Of Phil Jackson's Success: He Never Stopped Questioning

You've seen Peter Richmond around these parts a time or two. He is the author of some of our favorite magazine stories, and for his most recent book he found a subject worthy of his sensitive and searching style: Phil Jackson. The book is called Lord of the Rings, and it's available now. We spoke with him recently… » 12/27/13 11:26am 12/27/13 11:26am