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 NFL News - Friday, January 4,2008
... Wild Card Weekend, Redskins, Ravens and more...

Redskins consider Virginia Beach

Could the Washington Redskins hold their training camp at
the Virginia Beach Sportsplex? It's possible but far from
certain, starting in 2009. The Virginian-Pilot reported that
Redskins officials are in preliminary talks with Virginia
Beach officals to move camp to the Sportsplex each summer.
Reportedly, Beach officials said the Redskins are asking
their city to provide about $2.5 million, including
improvements to the Sportsplex, to move camp from Redskins
Park in the Northern Virginia city of Ashburn. The
improvements would include weight-training facilities and
an extra practice field. Reportedly, coach Joe Gibbs wants
camp to stay in Ashburn, so a move would be more likely
once he retires.

Ravens to interview Browns offensive coordinator

Browns offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski, who turned
Cleveland's offense into one of the NFL's most potent
attacks, will interview for the Baltimore Ravens coaching
vacancy. Browns general manager Phil Savage confirmed late
Thursday night that the Browns had granted the Ravens'
interview request. It is not known when the 39-year-old
Chudzinski will meet with the Ravens, who fired Brian
Billick on Monday after a lackluster 5-11 season, his
ninth in Baltimore. Under the 39-year-old Chudzinski, the
Browns had two 1,000-yard receivers (Braylon Edwards,
Kellen Winslow) and a 1,000-yard rusher (Jamal Lewis).
Quarterback Derek Anderson, who began the season as a
backup, threw 29 touchdown passes. The Browns averaged
25.1 points and 351.3 yards per game. Chudzinski was San
Diego's tight ends coach for two seasons before joining
Romeo Crennel's staff last January. Cleveland's offense
carried the Browns, who were coming off a 4-12 season, to
a 10-6 record, and they barely missed making the AFC
playoffs. Chudzinski was Cleveland's tight ends coach in
2004 under Butch Davis. Before joining the Browns, he
spent 10 seasons at the University of Miami, his alma
mater, where he coached Winslow.


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Patriots' McDaniels not interested in head coaching jobs
right now

New England Patriots offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels,
who has called the plays for the team's record-setting
offense, isn't interested in any of the NFL's available
head coaching jobs. "I am very grateful for the chance to
interview for NFL head coaching positions, but I have decided
not to pursue those opportunities at this time," McDaniels,
31, said in a statement Thursday. "I plan to focus all my
attention on our postseason preparation." Atlanta, Baltimore
and Miami are currently searching for new head coaches.
McDaniels was the mastermind of the Patriots offense that
set a league single-season record of 589 points, behind Tom
Brady, who threw a record 50 touchdown passes, and Randy
Moss, who had a record 23 TD receptions.

Wild Card Weekend

Saturday, Jan. 5
Washington (9-7) at Seattle (10-6) 4:30 p.m.
Jacksonville (11-5) at Pittsburgh (10-6) 8 p.m.

Sunday, Jan. 6
New York Giants (10-6) at Tampa Bay (9-7) 1 p.m.
Tennessee (10-6) at San Diego (11-5) 4:30 p.m.

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Dolphins fire Cameron after 1-15 season

Cam Cameron was fired as the Miami Dolphins' coach Thursday
by new boss Bill Parcells after plunging to an 0-13 start in
his first year on the job and finishing with just one victory.
The dismissal comes three days after Parcells ousted general
manager Randy Mueller and means the reeling franchise will
have its fifth coach in five seasons. Parcells began work
Dec. 27 as executive vice president of football operations
and quickly concluded the Dolphins need another fresh start.
It has been 37 years since the Dolphins fired a coach. But
they never finished 1-15 before. All but two members of
Cameron's coaching staff were also fired, although some might
be rehired by the new head coach, the Dolphins said. Retained
were assistant special teams coach Steve Hoffman and linebackers
coach George Edwards. Parcells made the decision to fire Cameron
in consultation with new general manager Jeff Ireland, hired
Wednesday after seven years in player personnel with the
Dallas Cowboys. "We just felt in order to move forward and
not look back, we needed someone in place who shared the
same philosophical compatibilities we shared," Ireland said.
"We didn't really know the guy that well. We were going to
try to get someone that does share those things, and we
weren't completely sold that he did." Ireland said the
philosophy he and Parcells share involves creating a culture
of winning. "We want strong character around here," Ireland
said. "The vision of the team will be discipline, passionate
players, highly competitive. And we'll be a big team."
Ireland said he'll have final say regarding all player
personnel decisions. The early front-runner to replace
Cameron is another Cowboys employee, assistant head coach
Tony Sparano. He's scheduled to interview Friday for the
head coaching vacancy in Atlanta. Ireland said plans for
the coaching search were still being formulated. "We're
going to try to make a quick decision, but we don't have
a timetable," Ireland said. "We'll have a broad range of
candidates. We'll look into every possibility." Less than
a year ago, owner Wayne Huizenga hired Cameron over at least
12 other candidates after a two-week search, the most
extensive since the franchise's first season in 1966.
Cameron was on the job 11 months before he earned his first
victory as an NFL head coach. Until Miami beat Baltimore in
overtime Dec. 16, he was in danger of becoming the first
coach to go 0-16.

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