Tuesday, January 22, 2013
RTC: Will Hamilton be best OC hire?
By Paul Kuharsky
Reading the coverage ...
Brian Cushing’s injury was a killer for the Texans at linebacker in 2012, says Tania Ganguli of the Houston Chronicle.
To which I say: I think the idea of depth issues at linebacker can be a bit of a stretch with regard to this team. No one is so deep at any position to endure the number of injuries the Texans endured at inside linebacker.
Moves the Texans might have undone in hindsight, from Patrick D. Starr of State of the Texans.
Andrew Luck is replacing Tom Brady in the Pro Bowl, joining Matt Schaub behind Peyton Manning on the AFC roster.
Pep Hamilton may be the best offensive coordinator hire in the NFL this offseason, says George Bremer of the Anderson Herald Bulletin.
The Jaguars' scouting staff remains intact for now, says Ryan O’Halloran. “Most NFL teams with new front office chiefs keep their scouting staffs intact until the draft. (David) Caldwell said he is a 'ways off,' on deciding how the department will look.”
Cecil Shorts had a good season but a bad drop rate, says Luke Sims of Black & Teal.
Pondering the future of some key backups form the 2012 Titans, with John Glennon of The Tennessean.
To which I say: It's hard to see any of the guys discussed here being big solutions at positions in question.
Former Titans tight end Frank Wycheck (who’s a radio colleague of mine) reflects on the return of tight ends coach George Henshaw at tiansonline.com.