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By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs can’t fill Doug Pederson’s spot with one guy. So they promoted two. The team announced that Brad Childress and Matt Nagy would serve as co-offensive coordinators. “We went through our process of finding an offensive coordinator and determined having coach Childress and coach Nagy serve as co-coordinators would benefit our football team the…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs were able to reel off an 11-game winning streak before their season came to an end in New England last weekend, a feat that few would have predicted was within their reach when running back Jamaal Charles was lost for the season after tearing his ACL five weeks into the season. If there…
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By Josh Alper

Chiefs coach Andy Reid and Packers coach Mike McCarthy will be on the sideline for the Pro Bowl in Hawaii, but a Pro Bowler from each of their teams has dropped out of the game this week. Neither Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston nor Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers will be taking part in the contest. Houston…
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By Mike Florio

The Eagles introduced coach Doug Pederson on Tuesday, only three days after his prior employer lost in the postseason to the highest-profile team Philly actually beat in 2015: The Patriots. Pederson’s welcome wagon consisted of a grilling regarding his role in the historically slow march to the end zone when the Chiefs were down by…
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By Josh Alper

Doug Pederson hasn’t coached a game for the Eagles yet, but he still faced questions about play calling in his first press conference since being hired as the team’s head coach. Pederson said that he would call the offensive plays for the Eagles next season and said that he gained experience doing it during the…
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By Michael David Smith

The NFL established its typically lofty television ratings for the four divisional round playoff games over the weekend. According to the numbers released by the NFL today, the four NFL divisional round games averaged 36.2 million viewers. The top game of the weekend, Broncos-Steelers on CBS, averaged 43.0 million viewers. The other Sunday game, Panthers-Seahawks,…
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