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Old 01-04-2014, 09:56 AM   #151
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He should have been the Terps HC
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:06 AM   #152
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From Rich Tandler's site:

Here are five quotes about Bisaccia:

1. Oh, my goodness. You have to talk to the man, said Bucs Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp. You can see the passion and fire in him. He has the ability to touch the star player or the kid who has no shot. The man is special. I love Rich.

2. Hes full of energy, and hes genuine, said Bucs safety John Lynch. And he can tell some great stories.

3. Hes one of these guys who just has an infectious personality, and I think thats a really important trait for all coaches, said Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. The players play as hard for him as Ive ever seen any players play for any coach.

4. I would say to sum him up, hes a guy that you would go to war for, said Chargers linebacker and special teams ace Bront Bird. Hes a true leader of men. His intensity, passion and most of all knowledge of the craft brings out the very best of his players.

5. Hes an excellent coach, said Jon Gruden, Bisaccias boss for eight seasons while with the Bucs. Hes as versatile a coach as Ive been around. He could coach any position. I strongly considered making him our defensive line coach when Rod Marinelli left town. I let him coach running backs, and he did an outstanding job.
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Can this please be put to rest

Nope, because everyone who used to be a Redskin is a reincarnation of Vince Lombardi.
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:29 AM   #154
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From Rich Tandler's site:

Here are five quotes about Bisaccia:

1. Oh, my goodness. You have to talk to the man, said Bucs Hall of Fame defensive tackle Warren Sapp. You can see the passion and fire in him. He has the ability to touch the star player or the kid who has no shot. The man is special. I love Rich.

2. Hes full of energy, and hes genuine, said Bucs safety John Lynch. And he can tell some great stories.

3. Hes one of these guys who just has an infectious personality, and I think thats a really important trait for all coaches, said Cowboys coach Jason Garrett. The players play as hard for him as Ive ever seen any players play for any coach.

4. I would say to sum him up, hes a guy that you would go to war for, said Chargers linebacker and special teams ace Bront Bird. Hes a true leader of men. His intensity, passion and most of all knowledge of the craft brings out the very best of his players.

5. Hes an excellent coach, said Jon Gruden, Bisaccias boss for eight seasons while with the Bucs. Hes as versatile a coach as Ive been around. He could coach any position. I strongly considered making him our defensive line coach when Rod Marinelli left town. I let him coach running backs, and he did an outstanding job.
I like hearing this, but wasnt Mike Singletary firey, passionate, and an outstanding motivator? I think if surrounded by an excellent staff it would still be a risk. Our greatest asset, RG3, would this type of coach work with him is the bigger question. Im willing to give a new coach a shot more than a retread.
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Old 01-04-2014, 10:43 AM   #155
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Did Cowher lie also yesterday when he said the same EXACT thing?
Sadly, probably not. My guess is that they aren't talking although I hope I am wrong.
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I wouldn't be surprised if they did talk to Cowher at some point, just not about him taking the job though. Probably more along the lines of picking his brain about potential candidates.
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Can this please be put to rest
Grimm would fix our offensive line problems. I would love to have him as OC.
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Is that rumor of Grimm and the Pittsburgh job true? Where the league called and said make Tomlin HC?
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He should have been the Terps HC
Is he even under consideration or on the radar?
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Is he even under consideration or on the radar?
He is, but I don't know how serious it is. He's an intriguing choice
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Is that rumor of Grimm and the Pittsburgh job true? Where the league called and said make Tomlin HC?
I think that's exaggerated. I don't believe the league actually called the Steelers
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SS, how pointless, from your experience, is the claim of honesty in the process of hiring and firing in the NFL?

Every claim of support from owners for their HC is typically followed by the HC being fired, every claim of non-contact is followed by the person being hired. It's tiring.
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SS, how pointless, from your experience, is the claim of honesty in the process of hiring and firing in the NFL?

Every claim of support from owners for their HC is typically followed by the HC being fired, every claim of non-contact is followed by the person being hired. It's tiring.
In the words of Plato, "honesty is for the most part less profitable than dishonesty"

There's a fine line between lying and simply not telling the whole truth
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Honesty was no friend to Socrates.

If you're asked by <ahem> 'The Media' do you have any duty to them to tell the truth, the whole truth etc? I'd like to think people in the trade would be honest with each other but I understand the need for subterfuge with news outlets and rival teams.
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:18 PM   #165
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You learn to read between the lines or at least realize there are half truths

"We haven't spoken to Brian Billick about the HC position"

No but they spoke to his attorney...as an example
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