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    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Rams have finalized their coaching staff for next season, hiring five additional new assistant coaches and making several promotions. Rams coach Sean McVay announced the moves Tuesday. The Rams hired offensive line coach Kevin Carberry, assistant defensive line coach Marcus Dixon, assistant special teams coach Dwayne Stukes, and offensive assistants Nick Jones and Chris O’Hara. McVay lost seven assistant coaches in several key positions in the month after the Rams’ fourth consecutive winning season during his tenure ended with a playoff loss at Green Bay. Notably, defensive coordinator Brandon Staley took over the Los Angeles Chargers; pass game coordinator Shane Waldron became the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator; and run game coordinator/offensive line coach Aaron Kromer left the team. Los Angeles already hired Raheem Morris as the new defensive coordinator and Joe DiCamillis as its special teams coordinator after moving John Bonamego to senior coaching...
    Sorry, Lara Jean and Peter: Lana Condor and Anthony De La Torres Romance Has Our Hearts Gold Goes From Commodity Leader to Laggard in Shocking Reversal The Rams have lost numerous coaches from their 2020 staff, with Brandon Staley’s departure being the most notable change for Sean McVay’s squad. They will soon lose another staffer. © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Aaron Kromer is latest Rams staffer to leave the organization. Run-game coordinator and offensive line coach Aaron Kromer and the Rams agreed to mutually part ways, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Kromer has been with the Rams since McVay’s 2017 arrival. It is not believed this separation relates to Kromer seeking a position elsewhere, Rodrigue adds, noting that Kromer’s son, Zak Kromer, is expected to stay on as a quality control staffer. But this will mark a change during an offseason that has featured many in Los Angeles....
    Janet Napolitano Fast Facts Millions of Americans are seeking help to avoid going hungry this Thanksgiving Jim Hanifan, a former NFL head coach and two-time Super Bowl-winning assistant, dies at age 87 Jim Hanifan, the Cardinals' former head coach and two-time Super Bowl winning offensive line coach, has passed away at the age of 87.  © Provided by CBS Sports An All-American receiver at the University of California, Hanifan spent one season with the CFL's Toronto Argonauts before breaking into coaching in 1959. He spent 13 years in the high school/college ranks before being named the Cardinals' offensive line coach in 1973, he position he held through the 1978 season. From 1981-85, Hanifan served as the Cardinals' head coach, leading St. Louis to the playoffs in 1982. He spent the next 17 seasons as an offensive line coach that included memorable runs for Washington and the St. Louis Rams....
    Jim Hanifan, the former St. Louis Cardinals coach who returned to the city as offensive line coach to help the Rams win the Super Bowl, has died. He was 87. Hanifan’s daughter, Kathy Hinder, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he died Tuesday at Missouri Baptist Hospital. She said the cause of death hasn't been determined, but said it wasn't related to COVID-19. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The Cardinals' head coach from 1980-85, Hanifan is best known for his offensive lines as an assistant with St. Louis and Washington. He coached star tackle Dan Dierdorf and notorious guard Conrad Dobler with St. Louis, then directed the “Hogs” in Washington. Hanifan went 39–49–1 with the Cardinals, reaching the playoffs in 1982. He won Super Bowls as an assistant with Washington after the 1991 season and the Rams after the 1999 season. Hanifan came to St. Louis in...
    ST. LOUIS (AP) — Jim Hanifan, the former St. Louis Cardinals coach who returned to the city as offensive line coach to help the Rams win the Super Bowl, has died. He was 87. Hanifan’s daughter, Kathy Hinder, told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that he died Tuesday at Missouri Baptist Hospital. She said the cause of death hasn't been determined, but said it wasn't related to COVID-19. The Cardinals' head coach from 1980-85, Hanifan is best known for his offensive lines as an assistant with St. Louis and Washington. He coached star tackle Dan Dierdorf and notorious guard Conrad Dobler with St. Louis, then directed the “Hogs” in Washington. Hanifan went 39–49–1 with the Cardinals, reaching the playoffs in 1982. He won Super Bowls as an assistant with Washington after the 1991 season and the Rams after the 1999 season. Hanifan came to St. Louis in 1973 along with head...
    Getty Will Bears HC Matt Nagy add some depth to a porous offensive line? (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) The Chicago Bears may be thinking of adding some much-needed depth to their offensive line. Center Aaron Neary, who started one game in his NFL career, had a workout with the Bears, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. Former Los Angeles Rams center Aaron Neary (Eastern Washington) is in Chicago for a workout with the Bears — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) October 30, 2020 The 6-4, 299 pound Neary turns 28 in a few weeks, and he has been in the league since he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Denver Broncos in 2016. The Bears suffered a huge loss when starting o-lineman James Daniels went down for the season with a torn pectoral, and now, starting center Cody Whitehair is dealing with a calf injury,...
    The Giants offensive line showed toughness. Improvement is what’s needed most. Playing as the underdog in a matchup billed as a first-round knockout for the Rams defensive line, the offensive line allowed five sacks (a sixth was negated by penalty) and was flagged for three false start penalties Sunday in a 17-9 loss to the Rams. Ugly numbers no matter how much credit unproven center Nick Gates gets for standing up to All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald. After Donald got in Gates’ face to talk trash, Gates shoved his hand in Donald’s face, they slapped each other and needed to be separated as offsetting penalties were called for unnecessary roughness. “We just got into it,” Gates said. “He’s a good player, I’m a good player. Emotions get high out there.” The Giants outgained the Rams (295-240) and held a seven-minute edge in time of possession — usually signs an offensive...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Daniel Jones’ first turnover of the day couldn’t have come at a worse possible time when he was intercepted by Darious Williams with 52 seconds remaining in the game deep inside Los Angeles Rams territory, securing the Giants’ 17-9 Week 4 loss out west to drop to 0-4 on the season. Jones and the offense’s inability spoiled the Giants defense’s best effort of the season as it was the second full game New York (0-4) were unable to find the end zone. Their touchdown-less streak dates back to the final quarter of their Week 2 loss to the Chicago Bears.  A trio of Graham Gano field goals accounted for all of New York’s points on the day, which was good enough to keep the Giants in the conversation of Week 4...
    New York Giants: Offensive line motivated to improve against Rams in Week Three By: Anthony Rivardo ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Giants have been arguably the weakest unit on the team through its disappointing 0-3 start. After investing a fair amount of assets into the offensive line this offseason and acquiring one of the best positional coaches in the sport to guide them, the Giants’ offensive line appears to have somehow gotten worse in 2020. Quarterback Daniel Jones has been under pressure on 41.5% of his dropbacks in 2020, according to Pro Football Focus. This is the third-highest rate in the NFL. PFF Also states that the Giants’ offensive line has recorded a 46.3 pass-block grade through three weeks, ranking dead last in the league. The members of the Giants’ front line are not oblivious to their poor performances. According to starting center Nick Gates,...
    The Eagles look to bounce back after a disappointing Week 1 loss to Washington Carson Wentz became more familiar with the FedEx Field turf than his Eagles teammates in Week 1 in Washington, as he was sacked on eight occasions thanks in part to a makeshift offensive line. Wentz didn’t do himself any favors, either, as he held onto the ball far too long, and the Eagles blew a double-digit lead to a team they had no business losing to. Philadelphia was expected to be an NFC East favorite and potential contender in the conference. Instead, they looked very beatable and yet another example of preseason hype turned regular season failure. The Rams, meanwhile, are the opposite. Los Angeles surprised many by defeating the Dallas Cowboys at home on Sunday night, with Jared Goff and Sean McVay taking a case of unfamiliar skill position players to a respectable offensive...
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