Report: ESPN hires former head coach John Fox as studio analyst

Former NFL head coach John Fox will join ESPN as a studio analyst for the upcoming season, sources confirmed to Richard Deitsch of The Athletic. Fox, who was relieved of his coaching duties by the Chicago Bears Jan. 1, will replace the departed Herm Edwards, who was named head coach of Arizona State in early December. ESPN failed to lure former quarterback Peyton Manning to the booth despite a lucrative offer that reportedly would have paid the 41-year-old upward of $10 million a year. Fox, meanwhile, is expected to represent ESPN on NFL Live and Sportscenter.

Wade, 23, has had a great spring, but he’ll go into the season having played just 30 big-league games, as he debuted last season hitting.155 in 58 at-bats.

“I feel it’s going pretty well,” Wade said. “I’m making strides every day. I’ve always said, ‘I’m coming in and working hard and trying to put at-bats together and play good defense.'”

Maclin worked with Pederson before and understood the offense, which is based off what Chiefs head coach Andy Reid uses and based in Philly from 2009 to 2012 (the same years Pederson was on Reid’s coaching staff). When Pederson was the Chiefs offensive coordinator in 2015, Maclin was the primary target, catching a career high 87 passes and a 70.2 catch rate. He also had 1,088 yards and eight touchdowns.

Bridges’ stock has been on the rise with a particularly impressive run in March that has the Wildcats thinkingĀ  Final Four. He also is Baseball Jerseys Cheap considered a perfect fit for what theĀ  Sixers need — an athletic wing with 3-and-D potential — and has been projected as a Sixers draft pick across some Wholesale Jerseys of the national outlets for the last month or two. In March, Bridges has averaged 21.3 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.3 blocks, 1.0 steals and 3.8 three-pointers per game. He’s made 54.8 percent of his threes in that stretch.

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Reggie Wayne picks a QB other than Luck or Manning as hardest passer

Congratulations are in order for Curtis Painter. On Tuesday, Reggie Wayne gave him an unofficial award that pertains to playing quarterback.

When Wayne was asked about who threw the hardest passes, he didn't name Andrew Luck or Peyton Manning (before his arm stopped functioning like a normal arm last year). He also didn't name Tom Brady, who threw to Wayne this past summer during Patriots training camp. Instead, Wayne chose Curtis Painter.

It's 2016, and we're talking about Curtis Painter.

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