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By William C. Triplett II
Anti-fracking advocates could run afoul of Hispanic voters
Topic - Brian Schottenheimer
Jeff Fisher isn't wasting any time putting his staff together in St. Louis.
Tony Sparano sat in front of Rex Ryan and rattled off his offensive philosophies and thoughts on how to be a winning football team. He said exactly everything the New York Jets coach needed to hear.
The future of Mark Sanchez and the Jets' offense is now in Tony Sparano's hands.
Rex Ryan expects Brian Schottenheimer to be running the New York Jets' offense again next season.
The chants from frustrated fans were loud and clear as the New York Jets' struggling offense stalled over and over again.
LaDainian Tomlinson feels like a kid again.
Sparano was hired Wednesday, just more than 12 hours after New York announced that Schottenheimer told the Jets he wouldn't return next season despite having two years left on his contract.
The 38-year-old Schottenheimer said in a statement late Tuesday night that he was "very proud of what we have accomplished" during his six seasons with the Jets, and thanked Ryan and the organization.