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Jim Schwartz's emotions have gotten the best of him at least a few times publicly as coach of the Detroit Lions.
Detroit Lions coach Jim Schwartz isn't interested in talking about his job security.
NFL coaches always seem keenly aware of the worst-case scenario, so it was no surprise when Detroit's Jim Schwartz brushed off any talk of his team's position in the standings.
The Lions said surgery was scheduled for Tuesday and did not immediately say how much time Burleson might miss.
Jim Schwartz stepped into perhaps the NFL's worst job of all time, inheriting its first 0-16 team.
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"No question about it," John said. "We've had that conversation in the past. It just never really worked out timing-wise. I'd love to work for Jim. It would be the greatest thing in the world." Jim, coach of the San Francisco 49ers, said, "Definitely, I would work for him."
Working separately, John and Jim Harbaugh each guided their team to the Super Bowl. They will be on opposite sidelines Sunday, John as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens and Jim with the San Francisco 49ers.
The Detroit Lions have gotten quite a return on the $132 million, eight-year investment they made in Calvin Johnson nine months ago.