Written by Robert J. Matthews
Raheem Morris' appointment as head coach may have surprised those who weren't inside the Atlanta Falcons' facilities advocating for him this week.
Morris, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' former youthful wunderkind who returned to coaching's top post, has deserved another shot at this job for a long time.
I asked a top offensive coach who the league's defensive "hot play-caller" was in our 2024 coaching carousel primer.
Not having Bill Belichick in the NFL since 1975, when he was an assistant under Ted Marchibroda, is the bigger surprise.
Unless Belichick becomes Sean McVay's defensive coordinator, he may be a natural TV storyteller or personality.
If Belichick returns to the market in 2024–25 at 72–73 (born April 16), is there a market?
Don Shula's 347 wins record may be secure. Belichick, who has 333 wins, has a Sean Payton year when he can trave
Possibly with television network access, and plant seeds. We cannot underestimate his capacity to obtain another coaching post.