Horse Tracks 1/26/10 - Pees to Ravens means Martindale likely DC in Denver; Broncos reportedly suspected Dolphins of tampering with Nolan


NESN - Report: Dean Pees Hired as Ravens' Linebackers Coach - Scott McLaughlin

PFT - Broncos suspected tampering, but were happy to let Nolan go - Mike Florio

"I'm not going to get into to who what when or why,'' Sparano said. ``But it all got done and we're very, very fortunate it did get done."

"I wouldn't say I turned (the Packers) down," Nolan said Monday. "I had two great offers and, for personal reasons only, I chose the one that most appealed to me. I really wanted to stay close to California. Denver allowed me to do that. You could say, 'Well, now you're in Miami so I'm not really buying that reason,' " Nolan said. "But I had a son who was a senior (in high school) and it was important for me to stay close."

DPP - Q&A: Orton likely needs big year in 2010 to get big contract - Jeff Legwold

CSG - Offseason spotlight: Quarterbacks - Frank Schwab

DB - Still Growing - Zach Eisendrath

CBS4 - Elway: Favre Can Still Play, His Decision To Make - Matthew J. Buettner

AFC West News

NFL - LT displeased with role on Chargers

OT - Coach until told otherwise - Jerry McDonald

NFL News

NFL - Vikings DT Pat Williams will consider retirement after 13 seasons

As if the Pro Bowl weren't enough of a joke already...

NFL - Ryan: Five Jets assistant coaches won't be back for 2010 season

NFL - Patriots' Brady says he doesn't need surgery for rib, finger injuries

NFL - Titans hire RBs coach Pola to replace Byner

NFL - Falcons add Lewis as secondary coach

Championship Games

Y! - Saints survive bevy of star quarterbacks - Mike Silver

SI - Brett Favre, Vikings left to lick their wounds after loss to Saints - Peter King

NFP - Favre shows his toughness - Andrew Brandt

SI - Brett Favre faltered in Vikings' NFC title game loss to Saints - Joe Posnanski

ESPN - Versus the Vikings, the Saints' usually high-octane O played it safe -- and won - Jeffri Chadiha

CBS - Low moment: Missed call on Favre hit inexcusable - Clark Judge

ESPN - Brett Favre, QB of La Mancha - Jeff MacGregor

FH - Childress Deserves Heat for More Than Costly Penalty - Bruce Ciskie

FH - I'm Not Afraid to Beg: Come Back, Brett - Jay Mariotti

Super Bowl

NYT - Super Bowl Story Lines That You May Hear About - Andy Benoit

NYT - No. 1 vs. No. 1 - It’s Rarer Than You Think - Judy Battista

NFL - As NFL's most dominant player, Manning has Colts in Super Bowl - Mike Lombardi

NFP - Diner morning news: Best offenses advance - Mike Lombardi

Y! - Peyton standing in way of father's team's glory - Dan Wetzel

NFP - Time to recognize Caldwell’s impact on Colts - Matt Bowen

SN - Wonder kids Austin Collie, Pierre Garcon catch on fast, keep Indianapolis Colts at Super level - Dennis Dillon

FH - Catching On With Peyton Is Ultimate Gift - Clay Travis

NFL - Five reasons why Colts can win Super Bowl XLIV - Vic Carucci

CBS - Payton or Peyton, Super Bowl will be the place for fun - Pete Prisco

FOX - Pivotal Super Bowl matchups - Peter Schrager

FOX - QBs highlight Super Bowl matchup - John Czarnecki

NYT - After Celebration, Saints Face Reality and the Colts - Thayer Evans

"The Catch drew a 42.9 rating, the highest for a conference-title game since Nielsen began measuring these games in 1975, while The Drive drew a much more pedestrian 28.4, which was lower than the AFC title game the year before."

Senior Bowl

NFP - Senior Bowl weigh-in results and analysis - Wes Bunting

NFP - Senior Bowl Day 1 Quick Hits - Wes Bunting

NFL - Stock report: Tebow struggles in Day 1 of Senior Bowl practice - Bucky Brooks

NFL - Tebow vows 'I'm just going to be me' while auditioning for NFL teams

PFW - Tebow may have more value as H-back - Nolan Nawrocki

FH - Tebow the Main Attraction at Senior Bowl - Chris Harry

NFL - Florida's Cooper picks football over baseball, aims to impress in NFL

NFL - Senior Bowl

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