Legendary defensive mastermind Buddy Ryan, 82, has died according to multiple media reports. The Chicago Bears later confirmed the news. James David "Buddy" Ryan won two Super Bowls as an assistant coach and is perhaps best known as the architect and coordinator of the dominant Bears' "46" defensive scheme that was revolutionized in the mid-1980s and earned the Bears their last title under head coach Mike Ditka in Super Bowl XX 30 years ago.
It has is well documented how the Philadelphia Eagles have dished out so much guaranteed money this offseason. They signed some free agents, but the bulk of the money has gone toward extending their players. Howie Roseman has been the architect of these deals. Roseman was on 94 WIP on Monday and highlighted where the bulk of the bad deals over the last few seasons have been. “When you look at it, some of the mistakes we’ve made have been going out and spending a lot of money,” Roseman said. “A lot of those mistakes were on guys that aren’t our own. They were guys that we’ve brought from another organization, and we thought we knew.” The failed contracts that were extended to DeMarco Murray and