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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Rod Marinelli
Monte Kiffin figures he could be 52 and coaching the 3-4 defense instead of 72 and running the 4-3.
The smile has rarely left Calvin Johnson's face since he broke Jerry Rice's NFL record for receiving yards in a single season against Atlanta on Dec. 22.
The only way to go from a winless season is up and that's exactly where the Detroit Lions have gone.
For the third time in three road games, the Chicago Bears' defense could face a third-string quarterback if Joe Webb starts for the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
It didn't take too long for Brian Urlacher's concerns to disappear. By the end of training camp, they were all gone.
"The transition, you never know, but when you start to look at these guys on tape, they can really run and our system is built on speed, quickness and balance and change of direction and attitude," Marinelli said. "The fit looks good. It's intriguing and exciting."
"When I came from Tampa, everything we did worked, so there was a great belief, a great faith in what you're doing, and then I was very fortunate to go through adversity," Marinelli said. "It's really not a belief unless it's been attacked, and you kind of weather the storm through it all, which I did, and then you come out of it with a stronger belief."