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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Perry Fewell
The Redskins, according to a variety of reports, reached out to five other candidates on Monday to gauge their interest in interviewing: Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Jay Gruden and defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, San Francisco 49ers offensive coordinator Greg Roman and defensive coordinator Vic Fangio and San Diego Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt.
Get to know Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell.
Redskins coaching search reset Monday: Looking for a new head coach is the most important thing that Bruce Allen is doing right now but it's not the only thing.
The Redskins are going in division for their next head coaching candidate.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell isn't putting any extra emphasis on coming up with a gameplan for the Buffalo Bills this weekend.
With two-time Pro Bowl defensive end Justin Tuck battling a groin issue and a persistent neck injury, Osi Umenyiora could not have picked a better time to get back into the New York Giants' lineup.
New York Giants defensive coordinator Perry Fewell would neither deny nor confirm that he has instructed his players to fake injuries to slow down an opposing offense.
When Mathias Kiwanuka was talking to the New York Giants during free agency, money wasn't the only thing on his mind.
The New York Giants aren't going to baby safety Kenny Phillips any more.
There was an unexpected mystery around New York Giants headquarters just days before this weekend's NFC East showdown with the Philadelphia Eagles (9-4).
When the New York Giants grabbed Jason Pierre-Paul in the first round of the draft, general manager Jerry Reese said the defensive end had the biggest upside of any player in the draft.
Playing on the New York Giants' star-studded defensive line, Barry Cofield could easily get lost in the crowd.
Tom Coughlin has been ready to start training camp with the New York Giants for about eight months.
"We understand the nature of his injury," Fewell said. "We are all disappointed, but we understand that we must take it slow so we don't hurt Kenny and Kenny doesn't hurt himself. As soon as he can join us, that's great. We've got to look after Kenny and he has to look after himself."
New defensive coordinator Perry Fewell and most of the veterans on the team have told Phillips to be patient.