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NFL News / Rumours 2007 Season

London Town calling: NFL to hold regular-season game in England

By PAUL LOGOTHETIS, Associated Press Writer
January 16, 2007

LONDON (AP) -- London will hold the NFL's first regular-season game outside North America this year, the start of a campaign to take American football to a global audience.

"There's great history of NFL football in London, and British fans have been great fans of football over the years," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday. "We're confident that this game is going be a great success in London and will be a great foundation to play more games there going forward."


The opponents have yet to be announced, but Miami Dolphins and New York Giants are believed to be front-runners for the game. ins, but not the Giants, are one of six NFL teams the league identified as potential home teams; they would give up a home game in Miami to host the contest in London.

"They are two of the teams that have expressed an interest and we'll narrow it down to which two teams will generate the most enthusiasm for the fans in London and the broader U.K.," Goodell said.

The most likely venue is the new 90,000-seat Wembley Stadium, which will open this spring after years of delays. The other candidate is 82,000-seat Twickenham, home of English rugby.

"We're looking at both venues in terms of their readiness," said Marc Waller, vice president of NFL International. "It's important that we understand terms of readiness of both stadiums and then a financial bidding process will also ensue."

The game will be held between late September and mid-October.

Goodell will announce the teams, venue and date before the Feb. 4 Super Bowl in Miami.

NFL owners voted in October to play up to two games outside the United States every season for the next five years. The London game will be the only overseas contest in 2007.

Germany, Canada and Mexico have been identified as the other top markets for NFL games outside the United States.

"We eliminated Toronto after agreeing with the Canadian Football League that we wouldn't go there because it was already hosting the Grey Cup," Goodell said. "Mexico was discussed, as well as Duesseldorf and Hamburg."

The NFL staged its first regular-season game outside the United States in 2005. The Arizona Cardinals played the San Francisco 49ers before a crowd of 103,467 in Mexico City.

London hosted several NFL American Bowl preseason games in the 1980s and 1990s. The city also had the London Monarchs in the World League of American Football-- now NFL Europe -- but the team folded.

Goodell said fans have reacted positively to the league's overseas plan, even though it means some teams will lose a scheduled home game.

"There are fans here that we think will like the idea and respond to it because it puts your city on a global stage and the city will be showed as a world class city itself," he said.



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Vick's water bottle raises suspicion at Miami airport

By CURT ANDERSON, Associated Press Writer
January 18, 2007

MIAMI (AP) -- Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick reluctantly surrendered a water bottle to security at Miami International Airport that smelled like marijuana and contained a substance in a hidden compartment.

Police said Thursday it could be weeks before a decision is made on whether to file charges.

"We'll do an analysis and see what it is. There's no sense of urgency to it," Detective Alvaro Zabaleta said Thursday.

The bottle was found to have a compartment that contained "a small amount of dark particulate and a pungent aroma closely associated with marijuana," the police report said. The compartment was hidden by the bottle's label so that it appeared to be a full bottle of water when held upright, police said.

Vick entered an airport concourse Wednesday morning with the 20-ounce bottle. His initial reluctance to turn over the bottle aroused suspicion among airport security screeners, a police report said. He eventually handed it over and boarded his flight to Atlanta.

Police said the bottle was sent to the Miami-Dade County crime lab.

Vick did not immediately return a phone call early Thursday.

"We plan to look into the matter and discuss it with Michael Vick before having any further comment," Falcons spokesman Reggie Roberts said.

Under Florida law, possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana is a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison and a $1,000 fine. First offenders rarely do any jail time.

Two Transportation Security Administration screeners recognized the 6-foot, 215-pound Vick.

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If i was the Falcons i would trade this guy... yes he has speed and can be great but he is not a very good QB and deffense's have figured him out by now. If you look at the 4 QB's left in the playoffs they are all pocket QB's i guess so much for that saying that scrambling QB's would take over the league in the modern era. p
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no way in hell we trade Vick.

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I disagree; when Dan Reeves was still with the team, Vick flourished. I remember that classic playoff game where they ripped the Packers apart at Lambeau Field; they were the first team to ever beat them at Lambeau in a playoff game. The next season Vick broke his leg and they were crap, which was no surprise and they fired Reeves. Mora comes in and adopts a new offense which proves to be successful in the first season, but Vick never looked comfortable in it. He made some outstanding throws under Dan Reeves system and was building and shaping himself. People say he isn't a good passing QB and that is not true; he just needs to be in a certain system where he has freedom and Reeves gave him that.

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exactly,not to mention that our offensive line is more suited to run blocking(undersized line that sucks at pass blocking), and our only receiver that can catch is Crumpler, but naturally all the blame goes on Vick.Im confident Petrino can get Vick back on track.

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I just didn't like the way Mora's offense was. Of course, Vick will take just as much blame; but the franchise really screwed up by firing Dan Reeves. They should have at least given him a one year buffer because Vick broke his leg. I hope Petrino turns it around too.

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They're not going to trade Vick because Petrino is not going to start his tenure at the club by trading away the franchise guy. Plus for anyone to take on his huge contract, the Falcons would have to probably ship a couple high draft picks along with Vick.

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Vick won't be charged in water bottle incident
Lab tests indicate substance was not illegal

By STEVE WYCHE
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Published on: 01/22/07

Falcons star Michael Vick will not be charged with wrongdoing after tests indicated that a substance in a water bottle he tried to carry through Miami airport security last week was not illegal, according to a person with knowledge of the situation.

Vick will be cleared by the Miami-Dade Police Department in an announcement that could come Monday, the person said. Attempts to reach Miami police for comment Sunday evening were unsuccessful.

Falcons spokesman Reggie Roberts said the team would not comment on the situation Sunday. Messages left with Vick's agent, Joel Segal, were not returned Sunday evening.

ESPN reported Sunday night on its Web site that Vick would be "exonerated" in the incident. The network cited anonymous NFL sources.

The "Aquafina" water bottle the quarterback tried to carry through security at Miami International Airport on Wednesday drew suspicion after TSA security officers found a hidden compartment that contained "a small amount of dark particulate and a pungent aroma closely associated with marijuana," according to a police report.

It was not clear Sunday night what the substance turned out to be.

Vick, who has been selected to three Pro Bowls and whose $130 million contract makes him football's highest-paid player, could be spared discipline from the NFL since there would be nothing linking him to anything illegal.

After a meeting Thursday that owner Arthur Blank, new head coach Bobby Petrino and general manager Rich McKay had with Vick, McKay had said internal discipline could be forthcoming.

By NFL rules, if a player is involved in an incident that draws suspicion of drugs, that player could be subject to being placed in the substance abuse program and random drug testing. League spokesman Greg Aiello said Friday that the NFL office was aware of the situation and was looking into it. He declined further comment.

The bottle police said Vick was carrying Wednesday could hold up to 20 ounces of liquid. Federal laws prohibit carrying liquids in containers of more than 3 ounces through security or onto airplanes.

Vick initially did not want to part with the bottle. After a conversation with a TSA agent at a security checkpoint, he eventually threw the bottle into a waste container. He was not arrested and caught his AirTran flight to Atlanta, where he arrived without incident and went on to meet with members of the Falcons' coaching staff.

After Vick passed through the security checkpoint, the security agent retrieved the bottle and showed it to her supervisor, who then turned the bottle over to Miami-Dade police, according to the police report.

On Friday, Miami police said analyzing the bottle was a low priority for a busy, big-city department and that the process could take weeks.

The recent episode cast Vick into a negative light after a string of incidents over the past two seasons that included him making an obscene gesture to fans at the Georgia Dome after a loss to the New Orleans Saints in November. The NFL fined him $10,000 and ordered him to donate another $10,000 to charity.

A popular yet often critizicized player, Vick is coming off a season in which he became the first NFL quarterback to rush for more than 1,000 yards in a season. He also threw a career-high 20 touchdown passes. However, the Falcons finished 7-9 and failed to make the playoffs for a second straight season. Coach Jim Mora was fired.

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Parcells retires from coaching


By JAIME ARON, AP Sports Writer



IRVING, Texas - Bill Parcells retired from coaching Monday, leaving the Dallas Cowboys after four years without a playoff win and just two weeks after a stinging wild-card loss to Seattle.


During a 19-year career that also included coaching the New York Giants, New England Patriots and New York Jets, Parcells made it to three Super Bowls, winning twice with the Giants.

In his last try, the Cowboys blew a chance to beat the Seahawks when Pro Bowl quarterback Tony Romo botched a hold on a short field goal with a little more than a minute left.

Parcells goes out having losing lost four of his final five games, including the last three. His announcement came 15 days after the loss to Seattle.

"I am retiring from coaching football," Parcells said in a statement. "I want to thank Jerry Jones and Stephen Jones for their tremendous support over the last four years. Also, the players, my coaching staff and others in the support group who have done so much to help. Dallas is a great city and the Cowboys are an integral part of it. I am hopeful that they are able to go forward from here."

The announcement came in a morning e-mail. There was no statement from Jones, the team owner, although one was planned for later in the day. There were no immediate plans for a news conference.

"I am in good health and feel lucky to have been able to coach in the NFL for an extended period of time," Parcells said. "I leave the game and the NFL with nothing but good feelings and gratitude to all the players, coaches and other people that have assisted me in that regard."

Known best for a gruff demeanor and colorful quotes, Parcells leaves with the ninth most wins in NFL history and a career record of 183-138-1. He was 34-32 in Dallas, including 0-2 in the postseason. He had one year left at more than $5 million on a contract extension signed last January.

Before joining the Cowboys, Parcells led the Giants to Super Bowl wins after the 1986 and '90 seasons, got the Patriots to a Super Bowl and took the Jets to the AFC title game.

He gave up a job in television to return to the sideline in Dallas, energized by the challenge of restoring glory to "America's Team."

While he definitely left the Cowboys better than he found them, his tenure ultimately may be remembered for the lack of a playoff victory. Dallas hasn't won a postseason game since 1996, easily the longest skid in the history of the franchise that's been to a record eight Super Bowls.

Thus, Parcells' legacy with the Cowboys can be framed this way: Instead of joining Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer as coaches who led them to championships, he leaves lumped with Chan Gailey and Dave Campo as the only ones who didn't.

"I did the best I could," Parcells said following the 21-20 playoff loss in Seattle. "But it wasn't quite good enough."

This past season, Parcells also had to endure the constant dramas that came with coaching Terrell Owens. With Parcells gone, there may be a better chance that Owens returns in 2007.

Before Jerry Jones starts thinking about that, he'll have to find the seventh coach in team history.

If Jones wants a proven commodity, he might go after Tennessee's Jeff Fisher or Bill Cowher, recently resigned from Pittsburgh. Both are under contract for 2007, which means their teams would get compensation in addition to the massive salaries they'd command.

If Jones looks for an NFL assistant, he could go for unproven but highly sought Ron Rivera, defensive coordinator in Chicago; or for former head coaches like San Diego defensive coordinator Wade Phillips or San Francisco offensive coordinator Norv Turner. Turner would be a popular choice locally; he called plays for Dallas' Super Bowl team in 1992 and remains close to Troy Aikman.

If Jones goes after a college coach, big-name candidates would be Charlie Weis of Notre Dame, a former Parcells assistant, and Southern California's Pete Carroll, who coincidentally replaced Parcells in New England in 1997. Bob Stoops of Oklahoma and Houston Nutt of Arkansas, Jones' alma mater, also might be considered.

There do not seem to be any strong internal candidates. The closest Parcells came to grooming a successor was Sean Payton, who was hired last year to coach New Orleans and became the NFL coach of the year.

All candidates will have to accept Jones being the general manager. That might have driven away others before, but four years of avoiding ego clashes with Parcells probably has changed his reputation.

Parcells' specialty in football was defense. His greatest trait as a coach, though, was his ability to turn around downtrodden clubs. All four teams he coached had losing records before he arrived, but all four were in the playoffs by his second season. No other coach has taken that many franchises to the postseason.

The Cowboys went from three straight five-win seasons before Parcells arrived to 10-6 and into the playoffs in his first season, 2003. That same year, Jones persuaded Arlington voters to accept a tax hike to pay $325 million toward a new stadium. It's unlikely to have passed without the enthusiasm generated that fall by Parcells' arrival and the team's surprising success.

Dallas stumbled in '04, then nearly made the playoffs in '05. This past season began with high hopes that were lowered when Parcells turned to Romo in late October. Expectations were soaring again after he started 5-1, but the end was rough.

Bad finishes proved to be a Parcells trademark in Dallas. His teams closed each of his four seasons with 2-3 finishes; in 15 years with the Giants, Patriots and Jets, he had a losing record over the last five games only twice.

Despite his fiery side, Parcells was never fired from an NFL coaching job. He left the Giants because of health issues, walked out on the Patriots because of squabbles with ownership and decided to leave the Jets, spending a year in the front office after giving up coaching.

He was working for ESPN when Jones came calling. Parcells had turned down other jobs, but was lured by the Cowboys' mystique.

"There are acts in the lounge and then there are acts in the big room, where Elvis and the big names played," Parcells told Fortune magazine in 2003. "The Dallas Cowboys are the big room, and I view this as an opportunity to play it."

He remained on stage for four years — but never delivered the big finish fans were counting on.

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he didn't retire he graduated p and watch in 2 months he will be named Giants coach
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he didn't retire he graduated p and watch in 2 months he will be named Giants coach
There was rumors he actually contacted the Giants about the GM position which he dienied but i think there is some truth to it.
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no, we hired a new GM, and a new defensive coordinator

but I wouldn't be surprised if this turns out to be a Junior Seau type thing, he probably wanted to get the hell out of Dallas!
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Our owner is an old idiot but if i was him i would fire Millen and give all the money to Parcells and let him try to fix the mess that is the Detroit Lions.
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2/7/2007 11:29:51 AM

LONDON (AP) - The NFL's first regular-season game outside North America already looks like a big hit. More than 500,000 tickets were requested by about 160,000 fans in the three days following Friday's official announcement, the NFL said Wednesday.

The ticket request process ends Feb. 18, two months before tickets go on sale for the Oct. 28 game between the Miami Dolphins and the New York Giants at Wembley Stadium.

Wembley is expecting to seat between 85,000-90,000 for the game.

"Nearly all these requests have come from UK based fans," said Alistair Kirkwood, the managing director of NFL UK. "These figures do not take into account the allocation of tickets for Dolphins and Giants fans from the United States, so we anticipate a very quick sellout when tickets go on sale in early March."


On Sunday, more than 4,000 fans gathered in London to watch the Super Bowl at Super Bash, which is in its fourth year.


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this only benefits the Giants, we only play 7 away games but outside of that this is stupid...Germany is the only European nation who somewhat cares but still NFL doesn't need to exapnd
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Giants getting too many ****ing breaks

They played at Giatns stadium against NO two years ago

**** them

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I think in England its more popular because people wanna watch the real teams meanwhile in Germany they like that NFL Europe crap.
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The English fans ALL want to go see the DOLPHINS !!!! What a cute name .....

The Giants ???


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