Category: Bill Parcells

Arthur Blank Discusses Atlanta Falcons Needing to Win Playoff Games to Earn Respect

Thursday, December 20th, 2012

The Atlanta Falcons are on the verge of wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the NFC and could finish with the best record in the NFL. But Falcons fans won't be satisfied until the team gets its first playoff win with Mike Smith on the sideline and Matt Ryan ...

Robert Kraft Isn’t Second-Guessing Bill Belichick’s Decision To Leave Gronkowski In Late

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Many have spent the early portion of this week debating how New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick could leave in star tight end Rob Gronkowski on the extra-point team when the Pats were decimating Indianapolis on Sunday. Patriots owner Robert Kraft isn't one of those people. Kraft defended Belichick's decision and ...

Dolphins GM Jeff Ireland Admits to Being Frustrated but Defends his Philosophy; Dishes on Flynn and Manning

Friday, April 20th, 2012

During his run as general manager of the Miami Dolphins, Jeff Ireland has swung and missed in a few big spots. Some fans simply won't forgive Ireland for using back-to-back second-round picks on failed quarterbacks Chad Henne and Pat White, while others hold a grudge for his inability to reel ...

Charlie Weis Has a Five-Year Plan for the Kansas Jayhawks

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

Charlie Weis seems to have his whole tenure at Kansas mapped out already. The program hired the former Notre Dame head coach, who has bounced around the past few years between the college and professional ranks, to take over the Jayhawks' fledgling football program, a move that shocked the college ...

Bill Parcells on Good Friend Tony La Russa: “Baseball has lost one of the great guys to ever manage in the game.”

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2011

The last time we heard from Bill Parcells here on SportsRadioInterviews, he was sharing stories and reminiscing about the late Al Davis, a man who meant a great deal to Parcells both personally and professionally over the course of a nearly half-century long relationship. Now we're going to check in ...

Bill Parcells Pays Kind Tribute to Friend and Adviser Al Davis

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011

In today's fast paced news cycle, folks have largely moved on from the passing of Al Davis this past Saturday. But on Tuesday, Bill Parcells took some time to reminisce about the man he had a long and wonderful relationship for nearly half a century. Parcells joined ESPN Radio in New ...

NFL Lockout News: Bill Parcells Believes “It looks like there could be a little blood in both corners before this is over.”

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

Bill Parcells may not be coaching any longer, but this NFL legend still has the attention of many around the NFL circle. Parcells has been through three labor strikes during his coaching career which began in 1964 and ended in 2006 as the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys. He ...

Joey Porter is Ready to Get Out of Miami If They Don’t Want Him Anymore

Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010

Leave it to Joey Porter to find a way to turn the attention to him during Super Bowl Week. It sure seems like the bubble may be bursting in the whole Joey Porter versus the Miami Dolphins feud. Earlier this week Porter told Jim Rome that he wants out of ...

Jerry Jones is Hungry for a Taste of Playoff Success

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

At the end of the 2008 season, there were plenty of side stories in Dallas concerning the Dallas Cowboys outside of their inability to make the playoffs and end the long drought the franchise has been suffering since the glory days of the mid '90s. The Cowboys played their final game ...

La’roi Glover Hangs It Up After 13 Years In NFL

Wednesday, June 24th, 2009

Defensive tackle La'Roi Glover has decided to retire from the National Football League after a successful 13-year stint in the game. Glover was a 6-time Pro Bowler during his time with the Raiders, Saints, Cowboys and Rams. He finished with 320 tackles, 83.5 sacks and garnered All Pro honors four ...