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Bengals, Bills coaching staffs to coach in Senior Bowl

Ladd Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Alabama home of the Senior Bowl (photo by Schwars1 via wikipedia commons)

The coaching staffs for the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills have been selected to coach the teams for the upcoming Senior Bowl, a college all-star game.

Chan Gailey’s Buffalo staff will coach the South team while Marvin Lewis’ staff will guide the North team.

The game is set for January 29 in Mobile, Alabama.

Info courtesy of the Senior Bowl

Harbaugh stays in Bay Area; moves to 49ers job


Jim Harbaugh (courtesy of Stanford athletics)

Jim Harbaugh has been chosen as the new head coach of the San Francisco 49ers.

He said that as long as he could remember, he admired the late Bill Walsh, the Hall of Fame coach, one of his mentors and how Walsh made the very successful leap from Stanford to the 49ers.

The successful Stanford Cardinal coach moves to the NFL after four years on the Palo Alto, California campus.

The former NFL quarterback with Chicago, Indianapolis, Baltimore, San Diego, Detroit and Carolina, takes over for the fired Mike Singletary. Media outlets are reporting that his contract is for $25 million over five years.

Harbaugh is taking over a 49ers team that has missed the playoffs for eight straight seasons.

The Stanford Cardinal, finished the season 12-1 and set a school record for wins following a 40-12 win over Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl. Andrew Luck, the Orange Bowl MVP is returning for another season, but Harbaugh said it was time to move his own career forward.

compiled from NFL & Stanford athletics news

Jason Garrett rewarded for 5-3 interim record; gets 4-year deal

Jason Garrett (Dallas media guide photo)

44-year-old Jason Garrett made Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ decision easier by going 5-3 as the interim coach. He took over a team that had been 1-7 under Wade Phillips. All of the players said he was the right fit for the team.

Garrett will remain the coach of the Cowboys after Jones removed the interim tag and made him the eighth head coach in the team’s history.

He is the first head coach to have also played for the Cowboys. He was a backup QB in the 1990′s.

compiled from staff, NFL & Dallas Cowboys news

Dolphins stick with Sparano as head coach

Tony Sparano (Miami media guide photo)

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross embarrassed the organization and head coach Tony Sparano when he met with Jim Harbaugh about becoming head coach. Only problem was, he didn’t talk with Sparano about his status.

Now that Harbaugh is the new San Francisco 49ers head coach, the Dolphins owner has decided to keep Sparano as head coach.

Sparano has one year left on his contract. He has a three-year record of 25-23 with a 7-9 mark in 2010.

compiled from NFL & Miami Dolphins news

43rd Bengals season closes in Baltimore with 13-7 loss

Jerome Simpson came through again (Bengals photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals ended a very disappointing season at 4-12 in Baltimore.

The Bengals playing without several starters stayed with the Ravens, but couldn’t pull off the upset and lost 13-7.

Under head coach Marvin Lewis, the Bengals 2010 season was the third losing season in four years and second time in three seasons that the team has suffered double-digit losses.

Cincinnati finished last in the AFC North for the first time since 2002, will have the fourth pick in the NFL draft. It’ll be the third time in four years, the Bengals are selecting in the top 10.

QB Carson Palmer finished 32 of 45 for 305 yards and a touchdown, but he suffered two interceptions and a fumble. This was the fourth time he has thrown for 300 + yards on the season, all losses.

WR Jerome Simpson, Palmer’s new deep threat, became the fifth receiver in team history to have 12 or more catches in a game, had 12 for 123 yards but also lost two fumbles. Simpson has shown that he will be a threat in 2011.

Simpson’s teammate on the other side, WR Andre Caldwell caught 7 balls for 94 yards and has shown he is a deep threat as well to go along with Chad Ochocinco probably becoming an intermediate receiver.

The Bengals did end the season strong winning 2 of their last 3.

compiled from staff, NFL & Cincinnati Bengals news

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