Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips left today’s game on a cart after a San Diego Chargers player collided with him on the sideline during a play.
When the Denver Broncos received their Super Bowl rings Sunday, defensive coordinator Wade Phillips’s jewelry had the wrong name. (It was engraved with the name “Peters.”) He showed a photo of the correct ring Thursday, along with the erroneous one.
The Super Bowl-winning Denver Broncos made their visit to the White House today, and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips took pictures to document the trip. His photography skills are equivalent to those of your dad, so none of the shots are properly framed, and the captions are as brief as possible. Wade Phillips, as…
Between Cam Newton’s unraveling and Peyton Manning’s brand smooching, you might be having a hard time finding something to be unabashedly happy about in the wake of Super Bowl 50. Allow me to submit Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips as a target for adulation.
While Broncos defensive coordinator Wade Phillips fielded questions at the Super Bowl’s media row Monday, but he got some help with his appearance from cornerback Aqib Talib.
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Shiloh Keo played for the Texans from 2011 to 2014, which overlapped with Wade Phillips’s time as the team’s defensive coordinator. Phillips went to the Broncos, and Keo became a free agent this season after the Bengals released him. Earlier this month, the safety figured it’d be worth tweeting at Phillips to check…
Wade Phillips coached the Dallas Cowboys for almost four seasons, and despite getting fired after leading the team to a 1-7 start in 2010, he left Dallas with a decent overall record of 34-22. That record apparently isn't enough to get Phillips a decent ticket to see his old team play, though, because he spent last…
For some neat, technical commentary during the Super Bowl, follow Wade Phillips on Twitter. He's calling out the defensive plays he sees during the game. [@sonofbum]
Though his vital signs are reportedly normal, Texans head coach Gary Kubiak remains in the hospital to undergo further tests today after collapsing at halftime of last night's game. He did not suffer a heart attack, the team announced, and did not suffer a stroke, according to the Houston Chronicle, but is being…
There was so much goodness in our rollicking Chris Kluwe live chat from the other night that it almost seems unfair to single out just one of Kluwe's responses. But one answer in particular caught my eye and demanded some additional details:
Here's a photo of the happy couple. Read ESPN Dallas's report:
The recently-fired Cowboys coach gave his first lengthy interview since becoming a recently-fired Cowboys coach. In what was either a poor choice of words or a complete inability to understand football, he compared himself to that most legendary of Dallas coaches.
Because someone failed to re-register the domain name, the Dallas Cowboys website disappeared from the interwebs on a big day for Cowboys-related news, and site visitors instead saw a screen like this. The marketing office must be in between interns.
If you're a believer in body language, the Wade Phillips era was doomed from the start. Here's a walk down memory lane of some of Wade's greatest hits: covering his face, looking forlorn, and generally looking befuddled on the sideline.
After weeks of saying no one would be fired until January, Jerry Jones was noticeably silent on guarantees yesterday. Today, Wade Phillips is out; Jason Garrett is in. The 'Boys are still 1-7.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Cowboys coach Wade Phillips and bag of bones.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Cowboys head man Wade Phillips.