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Broncos replace Tebowmania with Peyton Manning at QB


Peyton Manning (file photo)

Eventhough Tim Tebow brought nationwide noteriety to the Denver Broncos last season with his inspiring, miracle play at quarterback, reports out of the Mile High City kept saying that owner Pat Bowlen and front office executive John Elway were not sold on him as their future leader.

As soon as the Indianapolis Colts cut Peyton Manning, the Broncos name came up.

The Broncos now have Manning as their starting quarterback.

Contract details have not been announced, but there has been an agreement in principle that he’ll be playing for Denver in 2012.

The other teams in the Manning sweepstakes were the 49ers and Dolphins and Titans.

With the signing of Manning, there is no doubt that Tebow, the team’s first-round pick in 2010, will be traded.

Manning missed all of the 2011 season due to rehabbing from a series of neck surgeries.

Without him, the  Colts went from being one of the best NFL teams to the worst and it cost head coach Jim Caldwell his job.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & Internet reports

Bengals shuffle defensive coaches with hiring of Carrier, promotion of Guenther


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The Cincinnati Bengals have had to do some shuffling of coaches on the defensive side of the ball after assistant coach Kevin Coyle left to go to Miami to be the defensive coordinator of the Dolphins.

The team has hired former New York Jets assistant coach Mark Carrier as their new defensive backs coach, filling Coyle’s vacancy.

Carrier was an NFL safety for 11 years with the Bears, Lions & Redskins. He  spent the past six years as an assistant coach with the Ravens as defensive backs coach for four and two years as the defensive line coach of the Jets.

The Bengals also gave a promotion to Paul Guenther to linebackers coach replacing Jeff FitzGerald.

Guenther has been with Cincinnati in various coaching roles for the past eight years. Last year, he spent time with the special teams and defensive backs.

Mike Zimmer is still the defensive coordinator.


Info compiled from the Cincinnati Bengals

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.

compiled from TV, Radio & Internet news

Bears shutout injury-riddled Dolphins, 16-0

The Chicago Bears defense, known back in the 1960′s and 1970′s as the “Monsters of Midway”, showed that type of play in beating Miami.

Julius Peppers (file photo)

The swarming Chicago Bears defense allowed only 187 yards and one third down conversion, in beating the Dolphins, 16-0. It was the secon home shutout for Miami in 40 years.

Miami lost Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a hamstring injury and center Cole Proctor to a left knee injury.

compiled from NFL news

James Vercammen named PFL co-defensive player of the week; only player to be named twice this season

James Vercammen (UD photo)

Dayton Flyers senior James Vercammen has been named Pioneer Football League Co-Defensive Player of the Week after UD’s 41-23 victory over Campbell on Saturday.

Vercammen, who plays the hybrid linebacker/safety position known as “Flyer” for Dayton, shared the honor with Jacksonville defensive back Jordan Dewhirst. Dewhirst returned an interception 100 yards in the Dolphins win over Marist.

Vercammen led the Flyers defensive effort on Saturday with a season-high 17 tackle (eight solo), two critical forced fumbles in the fourth quarter, 1.5 tackles in the backfield and a sack. Both of his fumbles forced led to a Dayton touchdowns.

The redshirt senior from Bloomfield, Michigan and Groves High School leads the Flyers in total tackles (74), solo stops (40), tackles in the backfield (12) and fumbles forced (3).

He is second in sacks (5). In the Pioneer Football League, he is fourth in total tackles and is tied for the conference lead in forced fumbles (3).

Dayton is 10th in FCS football in rushing yardage allowed (93.4 yards per game) and leads the PFL in scoring defense (20.0)

Info courtesy of Dayton athletics

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