Deion Sanders already helped Colorado surpass last year’s win total, and his coaching style and effect on his players have resonated across college football and, now, into the NFL. Sanders has also caught the eye of his former boss, Dallas Cowboys team owner Jerry Jones. Sanders played for the Cowboys
Colorado Buffaloes coach Deion Sanders admitted there was a catalyst for why the team only won one game, and it was among the reasons why he was so direct when he entered the program. Sanders famously told players when he first met them that he was bringing in a bunch
Deion Sanders is the hottest coaching name in football with his Colorado Buffaloes off to 2-0 to start. The Buffaloes took a chance on Sanders when they hired him from Jackson State, an FCS school, in December, and the move immediately paid off. Colorado head coach Deion Sanders interacts with
Washington Commanders offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy’s coaching style made headlines this week when head coach Ron Rivera told reporters some Commanders players were “a little concerned” about Bieniemy’s intensity level. Bieniemy’s former players in Kansas City quickly came to his defense, with Miami Dolphins wide receiver Tyreek Hill saying his
Eric Bieniemy is preparing for his first season as offensive coordinator of the Washington Commanders, and his coaching style appears to have required some adjustment by members of his new team. Commanders head coach Ron Rivera said Tuesday that some Commanders players are “a little concerned” about Bieniemy’s intensity level.
Offensive guru Eric Bieniemy won Super Bowl LVII with the Kansas City Chiefs, but earlier this year he decided it was time to move on. Bieniemy is entering his first season as the Washington Commanders’ assistant head coach and offensive coordinator. During his five years in Kansas City, Bieniemy helped
Denver Broncos coach Sean Payton is looking to reinvigorate the team after an abysmal 2022 season following the acquisition of Russell Wilson from the Seattle Seahawks and he’s burning all bridges with the past. Denver finished 5-12 under its first and only season with Nathaniel Hackett and later Jerry Rosburg.
All of the noise is gone now. There is no entourage, no hubbub, no fuss. Instead of yukking it up with David Letterman, as he did 20 years ago this month, Ben Curtis is spending the morning teaching southeast of Cleveland and steeling himself for the roughly 750-mile drive to
It is wild to think New York Yankees executive Brian Cashman still has not done certain things since he took over as the team’s general manager and senior vice president in 1998, but he did complete a first on Sunday. Cashman made the first midseason change of his tenure with
Pat Shurmur appears to be making his return to the college football ranks. The former New York Giants head coach will join Deion Sanders’ coaching staff at Colorado, according to multiple reports. Shurmur did not coach in 2022 after his two-year stint as an offensive coordinator with the Denver Broncos