The Denver Broncos are moving on from Rahim Moore’s ghastly misplay that led to Jacoby Jones’ game-tying touchdown in the playoff loss to the Baltimore Ravens.
“I think he’s over it; I think we’re all over it, you know,” defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio told The Associated Press. “I think we all look back and see things that we could have done better…. We want to feel the sting of what went bad. And we want to get ready to be better this year.”
Both John Elway and coach John Fox have talked up Moore recently, underscoring the young safety’s advances in his second season, and hoping he improves his play in an equivalent manner in 2013. Del Rio echoed those thoughts.
The Brazilian defender has lamented the possibility of the Italian coach departing for Real Madrid and refused to discuss his own future with Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva has revealed he would be saddened if head coach Carlo Ancelotti were to leave Parc des Princes in the summer.
Tha Italian has been linked with a move to Real Madrid in place of the Chelsea-bound Jose Mourinho and admitted last week that there is just a 50 per cent chance of him staying with PSG after leading them to the Ligue 1 title this season.
Thiago Silva, who joined from AC Milan in a mega-money move last summer, reveals that it was Ancelotti’s presence at the club which convinced him to join and hopes he remains at the French club.
The New York Jets have yet to spell out Mike Goodson’s fate on the heels of Friday’s arrest, but at least one teammate believes the running back could be on his way out of Florham Park.
After Goodson was nabbed Friday in New Jersey on weapons and drug charges, offensive lineman Willie Colon told the New York Daily News, “It’s one of the things where it’s zero-tolerance with stuff like that.”
‘I only want to go to a club where the manager really wants me’ – Fellaini hints at Moyes Old Trafford reunion
The Everton midfielder has enjoyed a successful 2012-13 campaign and ahead of his current manager’s move to Manchester United, has not ruled out linking up with the Scot once more
Marouane Fellaini has indicated that he may leave Everton at the end of the current season and potentially join departing manager David Moyes at Manchester United.
The Belgian has enjoyed his most productive campaign at Goodison Park to date, scoring 12 goals in all competitions from the middle of the park.
The Premier League champions are reportedly keen to bolster their midfield ranks and speculation has quickly risen that Moyes, who will replace the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson after United’s final game of the season at West Brom, will look to bring his Everton talisman with him to Old Trafford.
After firing Impact Sports on May 10, New York Jets rookie cornerback Dee Milliner now has a new agency.
The Alabama alum signed with agents Pat Dye and Bill Johnson on Thursday, after the five-business-day waiting period expired, NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport confirmed. The news was first reported by SportsBusiness Journal.
The Italian boldly claims that the Black Cats would have been relegated with Martin O’Neill at the helm as he believes that he and the club could be a “magic combination”
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio claims that the Black Cats would have been relegated had he not taken over from Martin O’Neill in March.
The Italian’s side secured survival after two consecutive 1-1 draws against Stoke City and Southampton combined with Wigan’s defeat to Arsenal.
Dwight Freeney has found a new home.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported Saturday that the free-agent pass rusher has agreed to a two-year deal with the San Diego Chargers, according to a source informed of the negotiations. That source described the contract as $ 8.75 million over two years, with additional incentives (likely tied to sacks).
The Chargers announced no terms, but confirmed Saturday that Freeney was headed west.
“It’s great to add a solid veteran who brings valuable experience to our defense,” said Chargers coach Mike McCoy. “His proven pass-rush ability is a perfect fit for our defense.”