The Philadelphia Eagles Can't Buy A Coach

We've had our laughs about the various coaching firings and hirings in the NFL in the wake of the NFL's Black Monday: Getting rid of Lovie Smith made no sense, Rex Ryan went to the Bahamas and everyone thought maybe he'd been fired, Doug Marrone got hired on the strength of sort of turning around Syracuse, Ron… » 1/12/13 6:25pm 1/12/13 6:25pm

"When Marrone Interviewed, He Must Have Been Extremely Impressive": Six…

Chan Gailey was pretty much a washout from the start for the Bills, and fans who withstood his 16-32 record there are understandably happy to have him gone. Still—who's the new guy? Doug Marrone is: Syracuse's former coach, a one-time offensive coordinator under Sean Peyton, and...that's kind of it. Marrone may well… » 1/06/13 4:15pm 1/06/13 4:15pm

Chip Kelly To The Browns Was A Sure Thing, Until Kelly Spent Nine Hours…

On Friday, said Chip Kelly to the Browns was in the works, and that the two sides were just hammering out the details. Browns fans were happy. The brief Pat Shurmur era wasn't the tonic they had hoped for, and Chip Kelly is one of the biggest names on the coaching market. Unfortunately, big names attract other… » 1/06/13 10:15am 1/06/13 10:15am

Infographic: Watch More Coaches Climb Up Football's Hierarchies

Last week, after Cincinnati snagged Tommy Tuberville away from Texas Tech, we took a look at some of the longest chains of football-coach hirings in recent memory. Since then, this chain grew one link longer, as Texas Tech hired Texas A&M offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury to fill its vacant position. » 12/20/12 9:25am 12/20/12 9:25am

Infographic: Watch Coaches Climb Up The Hierarchy Of College Football

Three Saturdays ago, Tennessee lost to Vanderbilt, 41-18, dropping the Volunteers to 4-7 on the season and 0-7 in the SEC. This pretty inconsequential game has led to a brief but wonderful domino effect, wherein: » 12/12/12 4:20pm 12/12/12 4:20pm