NFL Coaches and GMs Schedule

Todays schedule of coaches and general managers and when they will be meeting with the media.

Below is todays schedule of coaches and general managers that will be answering questions from the media:

10:00am Chan Gailey, Head Coach Buffalo Bills

10:15am Steve Spagnolo, Head Coach St. Louis Rams

10:30am Jeff Ireland, General Manager

10:45am John Fox, Head Coach Denver Broncos

11:00am Trent Ballke, General Manager San Francisco 49ers

11:15am John Harbaugh, Head Coach Baltimore Ravens

11:30am Jim Schwartz, Head Coach Detroit Lions

Noon Mark Dominik, General Manager Tampa Bay Bucaneers

12:15pm Kevin Colbert, General Manager Pittsburgh Steelers

12:30pm Rick Spileman, Vice President of Player Personnel Minnesota Vikings

12:45pm Jim Harbaugh, Head Coach San Francisco 49ers

1:00pm Hue Jackson, Head Coach Oakland Raiders

1:15pm Mike Munchack, Head Coach Tennessee Titans

1:30pm Michael Lombardi, NFL.com

3:00pm Howie Roseman, General Manager Philadelphia Eagles

3:30pm Rex Ryan, Head Coach New York Jets

3:45pm Mike Tannanenbaum, General Manager New York Jets

4:00pm Jason Garrett, Head Coach Dallas Cowboys

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BubbaOne's picture

February 24, 2011 at 11:39 am

I have a Q I'd like you to ask Capers, MM, TT, scouts, coaches, pundits, and/or personnel people.
Who in your opinion was the Defensive MVP of SB45? A lot of players who made plays also had warts: Collins had the TD return but didn’t hold containment on a couple of Pitt runs, same w/ Peprah yet he led the team in tackles. CM3 contributed to the FF but didn’t do a lot in pass rush though was used more as a spy. Raji I expected to be more of a disrupter. Hawk had a solid game, the same for Bishop who also had the fumble recovery. Tramon was patroling shut-down corner.
Maybe a player gets it for what he prevented Pitt from doing; his overall play added to his stats.
I think it's an intriguing Q b/c so far I've rec'd varied answers w/ good reasons for each pick.

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CJ in Guatemala's picture

February 24, 2011 at 02:43 pm

If you haven't read JerseyAl's take on the role CM3 played in that Superbowl... you are missing out.

Now i'm not stating that whether he was the mvp of the defense or not, but the "lack of flashiness" from Matthews had a purpose, and he was only on QB spy mode on 8 plays of the 67 the Steelers had in that game.

http://www.jerseyal.com/GBP/2011/02/22/clay-matthews-iii-super-bowl-film...

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