Josh McDaniels was poised to take another spin on the NFL head coaching carousel, but how he is said to have mishandled teams’ interest in him could ultimately lead to staying with the New England Pat
Josh McDaniels is set to take another spin on NFL coaching search carousel, and it sounds like his interest in working with Baker Mayfield may make the Cleveland Browns an attractive destination.
Antonio Brown without question adds a dangerous dynamic to the already-potent New England Patriots offense, but Josh McDaniels insists the team will not force the ball to the superstar wideout.
Josh McDaniels will be a hot commodity again this coming offseason as NFL teams seek to fill head-coaching vacancies.
Josh McDaniels reportedly will be among the hottest names for NFL teams looking for a new head coach this coming offseason, according to ESPN’s Dan Graziano.
The Green Bay Packers lost a crucial game on Thursday night, coming up short in a 27-24 loss to the Seattle Seahawks that left their season teetering on the brink of collapse.
When Josh McDaniels shocked the Indianapolis Colts by abruptly deciding not to be the team’s new head coach, speculation abounded as to what was behind his sudden change of heart.
Bob LaMonte, the former agent of Josh McDaniels, explained on Wednesday why he dropped the New England Patriots offensive coordinator as a client amid the Indianapolis Colts’ hiring fiasco.
The two may not see eye-to-eye all the time, but Tom Brady on Wednesday gladly touted Josh McDaniels’ bona fides as a potential head coaching candidate.
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels on Tuesday denied the existence of any bad blood between himself and Tom Brady following an incident Sunday, just as the quarterback did a day
Tom Brady on Monday morning sang Josh McDaniels’ praises a day after the two had a heated sideline confrontation during the New England Patriots’ 23-3 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels became one of the few members of the organization who actually said something of some substance in the wake of Thursday’s ruling that n
If anybody is in need of the restorative powers of a Scooby Snack right about now, it is most certainly embattled Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels.
One would suspect that this display of greed and envy would work Tim Tebow into a fit of holy rage, where he would angrily approach his agent, rip the Blackberry out of his agent’s hands and ca
The above headline might be over-sensationalizing it a bit, but who does Rick Reilly think he is coming into Paige’s town and badmouthing the second coming of Denver quarterbacking divinity?