Glauber's NFL Hot Reads
Newsday's Bob Glauber goes the extra yard for the inside scoop on the NFL.
On Jan. 20, 2011, Bruce Arians announced that he was done with the NFL, deciding to retire after not being retained as the Steelers’ offensive coordinator.
Happy Anniversary, coach.
Through an absolutely astonishing set of circumstances, Arians went from being out of the NFL, to joining the Colts as offensive coordinator just eight days after saying he was through with the game.
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Chuch Pagano, the head coach of the Indianapolis Colts who has been away from the team since being diagnosed with leukemia on Oct. 1, returned to the locker room on Sunday.
Watch his emotional speech to his players after their 23-20 win over Miami.
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An emotion-packed comeback in honor of the head coach now stricken with cancer. More AFC East domination by the 49ers. A hideous display by Chiefs fans. And a record-setting moment for Drew Brees that even the Bounty-gate suspensions couldn’t ruin.
That and more as we await Jets-Texans tonight and look back on a Week 5 filled with the usual assortment of surprises, upsets and drama-filled...Read more »
Colts first-year head coach Chuck Pagano has been diagnosed with a form of leukemia, and will miss the next several games while undergoing treatment, according to the Indianapolis Star.
Pagano had complained of severe fatigue in recent weeks, and chalked it up to the grind of the NFL season. But after undergoing tests, it was determined that he has acute promyelocytic leukemia.
Pagano,...Read more »