Maybe we should have seen the end for D.J. Swearinger in Houston coming. Sometime after the end of the Houston Texans 2014 season and before Monday, when Swearinger was placed on waivers, head coach Bill […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Houston Texans filled their line coach openings on Tuesday. The Texans announced Paul Pasqualoni will be the new defensive line coach and Mike Devlin will be the new offensive line […]
The B-Straw & Pauly G show caught up with Doug Plank at Radio Row in Phoenix. He gave his insights on the two Super Bowl teams from a coaching and former player perspective.
Hub Arkush joined MaD Radio to discuss the coaching hires around the NFL, if the Texans will be able to hire Mike Munchak as their offensive line coach, and if Clowney could end up a Texan.
NFL Veteran Troy Brown joined The Fred & Ted Show to talk about his experiences in the NFL. Brown talked about his time spent with Bill O’Brien the new Texans Head Coach. He gave insight to the situation where O’Brien got into it with Tom Brady while he was involved with the Patriots and gave a look into the type of guy that O’Brien is. Brown credits O’Brien with a great attention to detail and smaller details than other coaches. He also says changing the current Texans mentality may be O’Brien’s biggest challenge in inheriting the team.
NFL Star and University of Texas legend Ricky Williams starts a new stage in his career this week.
Did the Philadelphia Eagles offer Texas A&M’s Kevin Sumlin a head coaching job?
Jeff Van Gundy is in the spotlight these days, not just as an NBA analyst for ESPN, but as a candidate for a head coaching job with the L.A. Clippers and Brooklyn Nets.
Jarrett Bell, USA Today writer, joined The Fred & Ted Show to discuss an article he wrote about the lack of diversity in coaching in the NFL, including a lot on Lovie Smith’s situation, and more.
Dan Wolken of USA Today joins MaD Radio to discuss college football including up coming games, Georgia versus Alabama, Notre Dame, the big things to look out for coming up and more.