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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    http://cbs.sportsline.com/nfl/story/9822843

    ...the decision has been made to replace Arizona Cardinals coach Dennis Green after the season, and the team has set its sights on former 49ers and Lions coach Steve Mariucci...



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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    Is this the end of Denny's contract or will the Cards owner have to cough up massive golden parachute $$$$ to buy him out?
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    does Denny do what he did here?
    just walk away before the end of the season?

    and if they have to dump $$$ into green to get him out.. think they'll go for the easy money in Tice?


    everyone knows he'll take the job for Lead #4 pencils.

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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    Time for Denny to take a knee himself.

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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    POSTED 7:17 p.m. EST, December 3, 2006

    TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE FOR GREEN

    Even though the Arizona Cardinals went into St. Louis and came out with an unexpected victory, the fate of coach Dennis Green is sealed.

    After the season, he'll be fired.
    One league source tells us that it is an absolute certainty.

    There's nothing Green can do at this point to save himself, including running the table with victories in the team's final four games.


    The candidates for the job, as we've heard it in recent weeks, will be USC coach Pete Carroll, Oklahoma coach Bob Stoops, and Bears defensive coordinator Ron Rivera.
    Other names that have been mentioned include former Eagles, Rams, and Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil and Cardinals defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast.

    The Cardinals franchise generally has been a graveyard for head coaches, with few of them ever resurfacing as a successful head coach elsewhere.
    The exceptions?
    Don Coryell, who would become an offensive mastermind with the Chargers, and Gene Stallings, who won a national championship with Alabama three years after being fired by the Cardinals in 1989.
    In all, the Cardinals have had 42 head coaches since 1920.
    Coryell was the last one to leave with a winning record.

    As to Green, he might be able to find refuge at the college level.
    He is owed $2.5 million for 2007, and he could pocket that money and return for a year to ESPN, which now employs his son, Jeremy.
    If the elder Green pounces on one of the openings at the college level, his buyout likely would be reduced by his earnings next season.

    Green was the head coach at Northwestern and Stanford before being hired by the Vikings in 1992.



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    Re: Problems in Dennyland.

    "digital420" wrote:
    does Denny do what he did here?
    just walk away before the end of the season?

    and if they have to dump $$$ into green to get him out.. think they'll go for the easy money in Tice?


    everyone knows he'll take the job for Lead #4 pencils.

    DiGiTaL
    That actually wouldn't be a bad job for Tice...the Cards need a much-improved OL to compete...and Tice as at least proven that he can develop O-Linemen...if nothing else!
    BANNED OR DEAD...I'LL TAKE EITHER ONE

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