Horse Tracks 1/13/10 - Rick Dennison to Texans; Alex Gibbs to Seattle


DPP - Job promotion leads Dennison to Texans - Jones & Legwold
"It's one of those things that really tugs at you," said Dennison, 51. "I'm a Colorado guy — I wasn't born here, but I've spent a lot of my life here — and it's been a long time with an organization. It's really, really hard to not be associated with the Broncos."

DPP - Analysis: Marshall's value to other NFL teams not clear - Jeff Legwold

"With Dennison gone, watch for McDaniels to fully adopt the power-blocking mode."

HC - On the Texans: Continuity key in offensive hire - John McClain

ST - Pete Carroll expects to add Jeremy Bates, Alex Gibbs to staff - Danny O'Neil

AP - Alex Gibbs confirms he's joining Seattle staff - Gregg Bell

YT - You Play To Win The Game (INFL Mixtape) - DJStevePorter 

DB - 2009 Season Review: First Quarter - Chris Gentilviso

DB - Can’t Miss Play of the Year - Gray Caldwell

DPP - Q&A: Central Michigan's LeFevour looks like a keeper as an NFL quarterback - Jeff Legwold

AFC West News

SDUT - Heir to Air Coryell - Chris Jenkins

SDUT - Coryell’s, Turner’s teams different, but not by much - Nick Canepa

SDUT - Jets riding 6-1 roll after midseason slump - Jay Posner

KCS - Crennel wants to work for Chiefs - Adam Teicher

OT - Al’s blood boiling about now - Jerry McDonald
"Kiffin has ascended to head coach of Davis’ second favorite team, leaving the Volunteers after one 7-6 season and one-sided bowl game loss to Virginia Tech to take over USC."

Coaching Carousel

NFL - Fired-up Carroll will enjoy huge say in how Seahawks are rebuilt

NFP - For Pete's sake, a good decision - Jack Bechta

PFW - Carroll hits the floor running in Seattle - Dan Arkush

FH - Carroll Given Strong Hand in Seattle - John Hickey

Well, how about that. Apparently Slowik will be coaching the DBs...

NFL - Bengals keep defensive coordinator Zimmer with three-year deal

NFL - Cardinals assistant Grimm given permission to interview with Bills

NFL - Niners interview former Bills assistant April for special teams job

NFL - Former Giants D-coordinator likely to join Dolphins

SI - Buffalo Bills not in any hurry to hire head coach - Peter King

SI - Falcons sever ties with longtime assistant Emmitt Thomas - Jim Trotter

NFP - Diner morning news: Now comes the domino effect - Mike Lombardi

SI - NFL's Rooney Rule may not be necessary any more - Jim Trotter

NFP - How the NFL can fix the Rooney Rule - Andrew Brandt

PFW - Rooney Rule has failed yet again - Eric Edholm

NFP - Who wants to coach Cutler next season? - Matt Bowen


PFW - Divisional-round matchup tidbits

NYT - It’s Football in January, but Minus the Weather - John Branch

NFL - Rice is the driving force behind the Ravens' offense - Vic Carucci

Y! - No time for Ravens' Lewis to rejoice - Dan Wetzel

Y! - Cowboys LB Spencer plays role in Jones' legacy - Jason Cole

Y! - Whisenhunt sacrificed ego to hide bag of tricks - Mike Silver

SI - Five-touchdown playoff game is nothing new for Warner; more - Don Banks

NYT - Almost Perfect: A Closer Look at Kurt Warner’s Gem - Luis DeLoureiro

SN - The Favre effect - Dennis Dillon

CBS - Tough Cowboys defense still not satisfied with success - Pete Prisco

CBS - Rating playoff roadies: Cards, Cowboys key threats - Clark Judge

FOX - Schein 9: Guys to root for in NFL playoffs

ESPN - 09 X Factor AFC

ESPN - 09 X Factor NFC

FH - Revis +9: List of 10 Best Cornerbacks Left in Playoffs - Thomas George

ESPN - Backup RBs emerging from backdrop - Len Pasquarelli

NFL Opinion

SI - Why American Needle v. NFL is most important sports case - Michael McCann

"Shannon Sharpe, a prolific receiving tight end, was not a powerful blocker. If you’re Jim Brown, you don’t have to block anybody. But if you’re a Hall of Fame tight end, I would like to think you would be more than just a receiver." OUCH.

NFP - Why I voted Woodson for DPOY - Matt Bowen

NFP - Early entry prospects: Part IV - Wes Bunting

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