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Mike Sherman Interviews With The Bucs, The Old Ryan Grant Is Back, And Changes In The NFC North

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Packersnews.com | Green Bay Packers | Insiders Blog " Bucs to interview ex-Packers coach Sherman. Well, it's a low bar, but he'd be an upgrade over the Raheem Morris disaster in Tampa. He'd bring some experience, and some new life to a dull offensive scheme. But I would think this job would have some appeal and they should be able to find some stronger candidates.

I Was Completely Wrong About Ryan Grant | Cheesehead TV. The biggest thing holding Ryan Grant back this season was his lack of touches. Starks is more powerful, but he's never been a big play back. On the other hand, Grant has had a 47 yard touchdown run and an 80 yard touchdown reception in the past four games.

Big Changes Coming in 2012 for Packers' Rivals to the South | AllGreenBayPackers.Com. I'm not sure what the future holds for the Bears. Maybe the changes won't be too dramatic if Lovie Smith remains.

Thoughts as the Rick Spielman Era begins - NFC North Blog - ESPN. The Vikings had an unusual power sharing arrangement that gave their head coach (Brad Childress and Leslie Frazier) more power in the front office than a typical coach. In general, I don't think that's a good idea. Some coaches, such as Steve Spagnuolo, will prefer veterans over rookies, and leave a team like the Rams without a lot of talent in the pipeline after a disappointing season. But what exactly has Spielman done to earn the promotion?