Cowher Saga is Getting Ridiculous

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There have been numerous reports linking teams interested or not interested in former Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher.

The sheer number of reports about Cowher has made it lunacy.

Numerours reports from ESPN, NFL Network, or other outlets have linked Cowher to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

However, the Buccaneers have denied any contact with him several times as they keep reassuring that head coach Raheem Morris will be back in 2010..

Reports have also linked him with the Carolina Panthers even though they have stated that head coach John Fox is coming back.

In the end the only thing that National Football League fans should believe is the news of a press conference.

Amen Cuban

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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is known for speaking his mind.

According to ESPNDallas the National Football League is learning this the hard way.

Cuban was quoted stating that the NFLis the ugly American as they do what they want without an consideration to the other sports leagues.

The reason that Cuban spouted off is that Saturday’s playoff game beween the Philadelphia Eagles at the Dallas Cowboys is the same night that Cuban’s Dallas Mavericks play at home.

Cuban is right the only time the NFL has ever done something has been when Congress has gotten in their face or it suits their bottom line.

If the NFL really did care it would have reached out to doctor Bennett Omalu who discovered chronic traumatic encepelapthy.

The reason being is that Omalu gave the NFL his findings and ignored it.

In the end NFL commissioner Roger Goodell can say they care all they want, but the reality is they don’t.

Bears Made the Right Move

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The Chicago Bears had a dissapointing season after they traded for quarterback Jay Cutler.

The Bears made the right move by announcing that they fired their offensive staff Tuesday.

Cutler wasn’t the only player on offense to struggle as the Bears also had trouble opening the running game.

Rivera most likely forced Cutler to play his offense instead of going back and looking at film on the Denver Broncos when Cutler was their quarterback.

That would allow Rivera to go back and create an offenser in accordance to what Cutler’s strengths are.

In the end the only person that he has to blame for him being fired is himself.