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    AP-Chicago to Hire Bill Lombardi
    Chicago Sports Weekly
    This week Chicago’s owner hired Bill Lombardi, former Ohio St head coach, to their head coaching position. “We think his great defensive mind will make Chicago’s defense one of the greatest ever!” Said Chicago owner William “The Fridge” Perry. Lombardi bring with him OC Pete Turner, and DC Jim Ryan.








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  • #2
    Originally posted by ATLDirtyBirds View Post
    Ok, I have some news.

    Brian Rice will be the head coach of New York.

    Andrew Carraway will be the coach of LA.
    Other coaching news



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    • #3
      AP-Philadelphia Hires Coach Wells
      Philadelphia Inquirer
      "It was a tough decision," said Philly owner Sylvester Stallone, "But we decided on Gordon Wells. It may take rebuilding as Wells is more of a 3-4 guy, but we were impressed with his plan."



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      • #4
        Miami Signs Head Coach Amp Charizma


        Saturday afternoon, Miami signed head coach Amp Charizma. Miami owner Del Rockmon said, "This is the guy we wanted. We feel we are a perfect match on every level. Looking forward to dominating the USFL." We contacted Amp and he told us, "I'm very exciting. I love the pieces we have here, and I'm going to build on it through the draft. This is going to be the start of a dynasty down here in Florida."

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        • #5
          Coaching Carousel Review:
          Chicago Grizzleys- Bill Lombardi
          NY- Nick Long
          LA- Andrew Carraway
          Philly Phantoms- Gordon Wells
          Miami- Amp Charizma
          Hawaii- Brian Rice
          Vegas-
          Houston- Thomas Beeline
          New Orleans Jazz- Dan Plainview
          Denver-Cameron Harris
          Last edited by neko4; 04-05-2008, 06:01 PM.



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          • #6
            CPU Prospects List, copy it and double space it in word
            Originally posted by scottyboy View Post
            Name Pos. Ht. Wt. 40 College Rating Age
            Joe Marino QB 6'2" 232 4.90 Penn St 70-80 23
            Johnny Namath QB 6'1" 198 4.87 Kentucky 65-75 21
            Roger Fouts QB 6'2" 211 4.64 Army 65-73 26
            Boomhauer QB 5'11" 220 4.83 Texas 63-70 23
            Otto Vick QB 6'0" 205 4.55 Duke 55-65 22
            Joe Jackson HB 5'8" 207 4.33 Grambling 67-74 22
            OJ Payton HB 6'1" 225 4.58 Northwestern 65-70 23
            Julian Washington HB 5'10" 204 4.40 Miami 60-70 23
            Pablo Sanchez HB 5'7" 178 4.32 UTEP 59-68 20
            Hank Hill HB 5'11" 210 4.63 Texas 55-60 22
            Brown Taylor FB 6'0" 233 4.72 Tennessee 78-83 24
            Tank Rogers FB 6'1" 245 4.70 Grambling 77-84 23
            Forrestt Gump WR 6'1" 183 4.25 Alabama 60-71 22
            Jan Itor WR 6'4" 187 4.18 Grambling 60-69 25
            Jimmy Sanderson WR 6'0" 197 4.44 Miami 58-64 22
            Rod Tidwell WR 5'10" 184 4.45 Arizona St 57-62 23
            Ricky Bobby WR 6'1" 218 4.53 Florida Int 54-60 22
            Clarke Kent TE 6'4" 245 4.73 Illinois 70-79 23
            Gunther Scott TE 6'5" 267 4.87 Indiana 66-78 23
            Cole Phillips TE 6'1" 253 4.79 Miami 65-77 22
            Fred Palowaksi OT 6'6" 309 5.00 Georgia 72-77 22
            Dillon Mayes OT 6'5" 316 5.28 Ohio St 69-78 22
            Bryan McCarthy OT 6'5" 314 5.27 Wisconsin 66-70 23
            Maurice Hunter OT 6'7" 349 5.44 Boston Coll. 65-70 22
            Hannibal Mitchell OT 6'3" 291 4.88 E Michigan 58-64 24
            Bill Dauterive OG 6'3" 300 5.15 Texas 74-83 22
            Tim Jones OG 6'4" 322 5.23 Washington 72-81 22
            Randy Hickey OG 6'2" 313 5.33 North Carolina 70-80 22
            Danny Patterson OG 6'4" 298 5.02 Tulane 68-75 22
            Erik Dirks OG 6'4" 307 5.09 Cal Poly 64-70 23
            Taylor Moore C 6'0" 312 4.97 Tulsa 81-84 22
            Alan Stone C 6'5" 296 5.11 Notre Dame 72-78 23
            Jay Ferrell C 6'4" 312 5.08 Arizona 62-69 23
            Deandre Townsend DE 6'8" 285 4.92 Miami 71-76 23
            Dicky Doss DE 6'4" 252 4.66 Florida St 63-68 22
            Keiland Groce DE 6'3" 279 4.93 Penn St 60-64 22
            Will Ross DE 6'3" 272 4.89 Virginia Tech 55-59 23
            Chris Turner DE 6'6" 237 4.53 Wyoming 53-57 24
            Andre Krimm DT 6'3" 298 4.95 Texas St 72-77 25
            Stanley Hudson DT 6'1" 309 5.18 U of Scranton 64-68 24
            Larry James DT 6'0" 322 5.20 Ohio St 59-72 22
            Antwan Stephenson DT 6'3" 302 4.93 West Virginia 57-63 23
            Jason Blackwood DT 6'5" 303 5.04 Jackson St 54-62 22
            Bobby Boucher LB 5'11" 223 4.65 SW Louisiana 77-80 22
            Deuce McCormick LB 5'8" 230 4.69 Hampton 66-72 23
            Terry Tynes LB 6'1" 238 4.75 Ohio 56-63 22
            Brendan Tate LB 6'1" 254 4.85 Tennessee 53-60 22
            Carl Allen LB 6'4" 248 4.83 Louisville 51-57 22
            Galaga Jones CB 5'11" 189 4.38 Florida 82-90 23
            Tom Jefferson CB 6'0" 193 4.52 BYU 58-68 23
            Chris Turk CB 5'10" 211 4.56 Sacred Heart 55-61 22
            Tim Wilson CB 6'2" 198 4.54 Penn St 54-63 23
            Bobby Sampson CB 6'0" 203 4.50 Georgia Tech 51-58 22
            Todd Quinlan FS 6'2" 205 4.57 Sacred Heart 63-68 22
            Randy Samardzija FS 6'1" 202 4.63 Notre Dame 61-66 22
            Charlie Wynn FS 6'1" 194 4.43 Clemson 53-58 22
            Randle Washington SS 6'1" 229 4.30 Maryland 72-78 23
            Anthony Harrell SS 6'2" 218 4.36 Navy 70-77 26
            Rick Ross SS 5'11" 184 4.44 Virginia 49-52 22
            Ted Nugget K 5'10" 208 4.93 Colorado 65-70 21
            Bryan Badwell K 6'1" 185 4.95 Utah St 65-70 21
            Shane Smith P 6'0" 191 4.67 Rhode Island 66-71 21
            John Kalil P 6'3" 224 4.80 Hawaii 66-71 21



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            • #7
              Houston hires Beeline
              The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Houston has hired Coach Thomas Beeline orginially from South Carolina. Apparently owner Warren Moon, loves his Tampa 2 defense. "The defense can help compensate for our lack of talent at CB." Moon said.



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              • #8
                This year's NCAA coverboy
                Bill "Bojangles" Robinson



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                • #9
                  I prestent to you, The Chicago Grizzleys
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                  preview of players
                  Last edited by OSUGiants17; 04-20-2008, 08:14 AM.

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                  • #10
                    Seth Harris on preparing for the USFL combine, "I feel good. I have gained 10 pounds of muscle, and I predict I will be running in the 4.2s. If I am not the first defensive player or defensive back taken, I will be very dissapointed."

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                    • #11
                      Denver Hires Cameron Harris
                      The Denver Post
                      Denver owner John Elway has hired Cameron Harris to coaching job. Harris brings with him DC Jack Lambert who hopes to install the 3-4 defense. Woody Paige thinks this is a great hire.

                      Last edited by neko4; 03-29-2008, 07:24 PM.



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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by neko4 View Post
                        This year's NCAA coverboy
                        Bill "Bojangles" Robinson
                        It's great to be the coverboy of such a prestigious game, i know i have always played the NCAA / Madden series games when i was growing up and to actually be on the cover of one of these is truly an honor, of course i couldn't of done it with out my family, my coaches and my teammates

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                        • #13
                          USFFL Draft Hopeful a star in more than one sport


                          Jordan, left, leaving the so called fastest man in the world, Bryan Habana, in the dust

                          Upon returning from the USA Rugby Men's tour in Europe reporters caught up with Orrin Jordan, star Wing on the USA team and USFFL hopeful. "I had a great time in Europe. I'm not really thinking about football right now because I need to focus on Rugby right now". Jordan, who is world renowned for his speed and physicality on the rugby field, converts his skills to the football field. "It's a bit more running but Rugby is somewhat like American Football. You have to have the same mindset, physicality, and preparedness. I think I'm gonna keep doing this more so in the off season but I'm definitely gonna keep at this".


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                          • #14
                            Players Thoughts on New Coaches

                            Las Vegas:
                            CB Roscoe Williams: We really don't have a coach yet? Damn.

                            Denver:
                            S Xavier Tippton: I like what I've been hearing bout Cam.

                            LA:
                            RB Salim Salaam: I would like to think this can work out. Supposedly Carraway's OC throws the ball a lot, and caters to his QB. I better be getting my carries. I think I've earned it.

                            NY:
                            WR Robinson Sheppard: As long as I'm catching the ball, I don't really care. I just hope this new guy knows what a talent Robinson is.

                            Chicago:
                            NT Manuel Molina: I hope we stay in the 3-4. I'm really comfortable there.

                            Miami:
                            CB Ali Kweli: I've already met with Amp. I like that guy. I think he's gunna bring some championships down here.

                            Philly:
                            OLB Tyson Booker: Good hire. I just want to get the season started though.

                            Houston:
                            OLB Westley Jackson: I'm not so sure about the cover 2 defense. I liked what I was doing before. I guess I'm willing to learn though.

                            New Orleans:
                            WR Quincy Dobbs: Shouldn't we have a coach by now? Hell, is there anyone good left?

                            Hawaii:
                            QB Melvin Maze: I'm hoping to get someone in here soon. I want to learn the playbook.
                            Last edited by ATLDirtyBirds; 03-29-2008, 09:32 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Breaking news out of New Jersey:
                              Coach Brian Rice has reached an agreement with Hawaii. He said there was a mix up and false report in his alleged signing with New York. New York's Robinson Sheppard wasn't happy with the rumored signing worried he wouldn't get the ball enough.

                              In short, Brian Rice is the new head coach of Hawaii, bringing his staff with him.

                              We ALL bleed scarlet
                              New York Giants Super Bowl 46 Champs
                              UNITED: I actually attend the college I root for
                              Originally posted by PalmerToCJ
                              BTW, if it's 3rd and 97... I'm throwing a screen pass to Brian Leonard and he will convert.

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