• Report: Blandino says Solder's touchdown in AFC championship shouldn't have counted

    PHOENIX – Forget Deflategate. There was an actual rules violation during the AFC Championship Game. NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said the touchdown pass caught by New England tackle Nate Solder in the third quarter of the Patriots’ 45-7 win should have been negated by an illegal substitution penalty, according to the Boston Globe. The Patriots should have been penalized five yards because tackle Cameron Fleming did not leave the field nor was there a stoppage in play between the time Fleming reported as an eligible receiver and resumed his role as an ineligible lineman on the play that Solder scored, according to the Globe.

  • Dan Quinn discusses biggest coaching influences

    Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, who is expected to be introduced as the Atlanta Falcons' next head coach Tuesday, has drawn his share of media attention this week leading into Sunday's Super Bowl. ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss caught up with Quinn and asked which coaches have had the biggest influence on him as he prepares to take the next step up the coaching ranks. "Oh man, there's been a bunch," Quinn said. "When I first started coaching in college, there was a guy by the name of Joe Gardi.

  • Report: VP of officiating says Nate Solder's touchdown shouldn't have counted

    PHOENIX – Forget Deflategate. There was an actual rules violation during the AFC Championship Game. NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino said the touchdown pass caught by New England tackle Nate Solder in the third quarter of the Patriots’ 45-7 win should have been negated by an illegal substitution penalty, according to the Boston Globe. The Patriots should have been penalized five yards because tackle Cameron Fleming did not leave the field nor was there a stoppage in play between the time Fleming reported as an eligible receiver and resumed his role as an ineligible lineman on the play that Solder scored, according to the Globe.

  • What impresses Belichick the most about Carroll?

    PHOENIX -- New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick said one thing stands out to him about watching teams that Pete Carroll has coached. “The thing that impresses me the most, and the thing that I guess I would like to do a better job of, is just the way that his teams play for 60 minutes,” Belichick said Friday morning in the annual press conference with both Super Bowl coaches. “They play from the opening kickoff to the final whistle or the final gun.

 

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