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ESPN has new NFL analysts in Parcells & Rice

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Bill Parcells (file photo)

Bill Parcells and Jerry Rice will be the new NFL analysts joining ESPN.

This will be Parcells’ third time with the popular network. The coach, who won two Super Bowls was  a studio analyst in 2002 and 2007 between NFL coaching jobs. He’ll make his 2011 debut Monday before the New York Jets-Houston Texans preseason games and will be appearing on “Sunday NFL Countdown” and other shows.

Rice, the Hall of Fame wide receiver with the 49ers, Raiders, Seahawks and Broncos, will be serving as an analyst on “NFL Live” and “SportsCenter.”



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Parcells and Miami Dolphins part ways

Bill Parcells (Dolphins media guide photo)

It seems as if Bill Parcells has worn out his welcome in Miami.

A Dolphins media relations spokesman said that Parcells is no longer associated with the team in any official capacity.

Shortly before the 2010 season, Parcells turned over control of the Dolphins football operations to general manager Jeff Ireland. He still served as a team consultant.

Parcells was hired by the Dolphins after the 2007 season.

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Brandon Marshall gets his wish; traded out of Denver

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Brandon Marshall (nfl)

The Denver Broncos traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins for a second-round pick in next week’s draft and a second=rounder in 2011.

Marshall has been waiting to get out of Denver for years and got his wish when the Broncos pulled off their second blockbuster deal in as many seasons under coach Josh McDaniels.

Marshall’s four-year stint in Denver was filled with exciting, acrobatic and athletic plays but also plenty of frustrating moments.

He posted his third consecutive 100-catch season last year and made his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl despite several run-ins with Josh Mcdaniels both on and off the field.

Despite it all, Marshall caught 101 passes in 2009 last season, including an NFL-record 21 in a loss at Indianapolis, for 1,120 yards. His 10 touchdowns were a career best.

Bill Parcells, who is the Personnel Director with Miami has always had a knack of acquiring talented-but-troubled wide receivers over the years in Terry Glenn, Keyshawn Johnson and Terrell Owens.

Marshall, has 327 career catches for 4,019 yards and 25 touchdowns in four seasons, represents the biggest trade acquisition by the Dolphins since running back Ricky Williams went to Miami in 2002 for four draft picks, including two first-rounders.

Miami has been desperate for a deep threat at receiver to loosen up defenses for their potentially potent ground game and young strong-armed quarterback Chad Henne.

Their wide receiver corps of Ted Ginn,Jr., Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Greg Camarillo combined for only six touchdown catches in 2009.