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Posted Dec. 12, 2011 @ 10:55 a.m. ET
By PFW staff

Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011

Nnamdi Asomugha says he has no regrets about choosing to sign with the Eagles instead of the Jets.

The Browns won't be looking for a new head coach for a long time, according to team president Mike Holmgren.

Seahawks fans should save their worries about the NFL draft for April, according to a Seattle columnist.

Wednesday marked the realization of a lifelong dream for new Jaguars owner Shahid Khan.

Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2011

Wade Phillips says he enjoys his job with the Texans, but still has the desire to be a head coach again.

A Chicago columnist expects the Bears to give Jerry Angelo one more "go-for-broke" season if they miss the playoffs.

The Steelers could be at far less than full strength in their next game, says a Pittsburgh reporter.

A Tampa columnist says hiring an interim head coach is a bad idea.

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011

A Kansas City reporter says former Chiefs head coach Todd Haley saw signs that he would be dismissed long before he was fired Monday.

A Miami columnist wonders why Tony Sparano had to go while Jeff Ireland was allowed to stay with the Dolphins.

The Rams "continue to be an abject failure and an unconditional embarrassment," according to a St. Louis columnist.

Jerry Jones says he thinks he has a running back that can "carry the load" for the Cowboys.

Monday, Dec. 12, 2011

The Buccaneers are playing like a team that gets its coach, and many of its players, fired, says a Tampa columnist.

A Houston columnist says the Texans "seemed to wash away so many years of frustration" in their division-clinching win Sunday.

There was no shortage of heroes in the Giants' comeback win against the Cowboys, but their quarterback shined brightest, according to a New Jersey columnist.

A Denver columnist says Tim Tebow has made the Broncos into believers.

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