Dick LeBeau reportedly out as Tennessee Titans DC
The 80-year-old LeBeau was informed Monday that he would not be invited to join the staff of newly minted head coach Mike Vrabel, hired over the weekend to replace the departed Mike Mularkey.
According to Wolf, a second source told the newspaper last week that LeBeau would be comfortable retiring if it [didn’t] work out in Tennessee.
Steve Erban, marketing director with Minnesota-based Creative Charters, offered this to Vikings fans: I would advise you not to be over inebriated because (Eagles fans) will be.
The Eagles’ old home, Veterans Stadium, even had a jail and courtroom that often did a brisk business on game days. Although the team did away with the jail after moving to Lincoln Financial Field in 2003, Philly fans remain among the most feared in football; a 2015 Sports Illustrated poll labeled those fans the Most Hated Fan Base in the NFL.
2. Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham left with an ankle injury in the fourth quarter of the team’s 19-10 win over the Raiders.
3. Houston Texans running back Jordan Todman suffered a shoulder injury against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday and didn’t return. Cornerback Kevin Johnson left early with a knee injury and backup quarterback Taylor Heinicke suffered a concussion.
4. Atlanta Falcons tight end Levine Toilolo suffered a sprained MCL, according to Rapoport. His status for Atlanta’s regular-season finale against the Carolina Panthers is in doubt.
5. Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (calf), offensive guard Ramon Foster (concussion) and cornerback Cody Sensabaugh (shoulder) did not play against the Houston Texans. Rapoport reported Sunday that Brown is expected to be 100 percent by the time the Steelers take the field in the postseason, whether it’s in the wild card or divisional round.