Fenelus will coach defensive backs at Illinois, a job that is only open because the previous coach in that role, Aaron Henry, was promoted to defensive coordinator after Ryan Walters left for Purdue — who happens to be LSU’s bowl opponent.
LSU’s on-field staff has yet to see any changes, but Fenelus joins a few support staffers who have left for promotions at other schools.
The statement came swiftly from lawyer Doug Wigdor. And it should be regarded by Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill as a clear warning. Wigdor, who represents former Panthers interim coach Steve Wilks, reacted sharply to the news that the Panthers had passed over Wilks for Frank Reich. “We are shocked and disturbed that after the incredible [more]
A recent report detailing the dysfunction in New England last season wasn't kind to Joe Judge. Will the Patriots assistant be back with the team next season, and if so, in what role? Our Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry discussed on a new Patriots Talk Podcast.
Clyde Christensen, who retired last week after decades in coaching and five years as the Buccaneers’ quarterbacks coach, says Tom Brady went through a season like few players have experienced. Christensen told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times that Brady, who went through a divorce last year, lost 15 pounds and was doing his [more]
Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray underwent surgery Jan. 3 to repair the torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. Almost a month into his rehab, Murray posted a photo on his Instagram feed. Murray is rehabbing away from the team facility, the team website confirms from the photo. In the photo, Murray is sitting on [more]
Former NFL tight end Greg Olsen knew when he ascended to the No. 1 booth at Fox this year that the assignment would last until Tom Brady retires from playing and begins earning $37.5 million per year. Olsen gets it. But that doesn’t make him happy about it. “We all know the reality,” Olsen recently [more]