Dinger is interviewing for the Titans head coaching position today, and it's pretty clear that if he was healthy he'd be the best available internal hire available. Dinger has made pretty much every move in his career over the last 10 with the intention of becoming a head coach in the NFL, and now that it's there on a silver platter he might passed over because of his health condition. How much does that suck?
Paul K writes about why the Titans are interviewing Ray Sherman, and the basic point is that Bud is erratic enough that you pretty much don't know who he's going to fall in love with if you put enough options in front of him. The Sherman interview is clearly just kowtowing to the Rooney Rule, but we've seen guys give game changing interviews before when no one expected it...
Nobody in Montana much cared about Marc Mariani's history-making performance in the Pro Bowl... the main reason being they just assumed he'd play like that since he's the next governor and all.
Climer looks at Bud's plans vs. what has to happen now that we've jettisoned the QB and only have half a coaching staff around.
The departure of Jeff Fisher will have a serious effect on several local charities who have gotten a ton of mileage out of Jeff's commercials, softball game and donations.
Just an FYI: Myron Rolle is really smart.
Charley Casserly is not so bullish on the possibility of VY starting for anyone in the NFL next year.
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