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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Tony Sparano
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders have re-signed offensive line coach Tony Sparano to a two-year contract.
Tony Sparano has been fired as the New York Jets' offensive coordinator after one season in which the offense ranked among the league's worst.
Mark Sanchez is no longer the face of the New York Jets. He could soon be a former member of the team.
Tim Tebow might add a new job title to an already-lengthy list.
Tim Tebow came to Broadway in March as a backup, already a bona fide star.
Shhh! The New York Jets worked on the wildcat.
It was Tebow Time for the New York Jets in goal-line drills.
Each time Tim Tebow steps on the field for the New York Jets, defenses will know what to expect.
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.
Rex Ryan wants the sniping to stop.
The future of Mark Sanchez and the Jets' offense is now in Tony Sparano's hands.
The fallout from the New York Jets failing to make the NFL playoffs is in full swing, with members of coach Rex Ryan's staff leaving, players taking shots at quarterback Mark Sanchez and other players defending him.
Todd Haley took a floundering Kansas City Chiefs franchise to an AFC West title. Tony Sparano led the Miami Dolphins to the top of the AFC East under even more dire circumstances.
Even before the Miami Dolphins fired Tony Sparano on Monday, names of potential successors were being bandied about.
It didn't matter how big of a lead the Miami Dolphins built on the Kansas City Chiefs. It still wasn't enough to keep them from feeling jittery.
Offensive coordinator Tony Sparano said he was "pretty silent" when he found out a few minutes after Ryan.
"It's another bump in the road here," Sparano said, "and it's something we've become a little accustomed to dealing with."