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Topic - Dick Vermeil
In four years at LSU, J.C. Copeland earned a reputation for being a bruising fullback that often led running backs into the end zone.
Undrafted out of John Carroll, a Division III college in suburban Cleveland, the 38-year-old will presumably end his career having played in 256 consecutive games — a streak that is already the longest all-time among defensive players.
The former Washington coach wrote a little-known book about how to coach special teams, and if anyone could use the words of wisdom of George Allen, it is Mike Shanahan and his Redskins squad.
The first call that Andy Reid received came from Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt.
For now, it's business as usual for Gregg Williams, who is on the job behind closed doors with the rest of the St. Louis assistant coaches.
Next year will be Chris Long's fifth season with the St. Louis Rams. The defensive end will be playing for his fourth coach in a seemingly endless cycle of futility.
Although Jim Mora hasn't coached college football in a quarter-century, the longtime NFL coach has spent the last two years preparing for a chance to go back to school.
Former St. Louis coach Dick Vermeil says his Rams would not have won the Super Bowl back in 1999 under the new, limited practice rules of the NFL.
Deion Sanders, Curtis Martin, Marshall Faulk and Jerome Bettis are among the first-year eligible candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2011.
"There were a lot of good football players on that field today, and the more good players you have the more fun it is to coach them," Vermeil said. "We had one turnover and I think we went through the entire game without an illegal procedure and we had only one holding penalty. I think that shows what kids can do if they focus and really get involved mentally and emotionally."
"We originally didn't have him in a running back position, he was always leading as a blocker," said National coach Dick Vermeil, formerly the head coach of the Chiefs, Eagles and Rams. "When we saw him on the field, we said when we get down the field and it's inches to go, we might as well give it to the 270-pounder."