Parcells prefers to remain retired and not replace his protege and friend, Sean Payton, who will serve a season-long suspension for his role in New Orleans’ bounty system.
The Saints now must find an interim coach from candidates including top assistants as well as retired coach Bill Parcells.
A person familiar with the decision says that Saints coach Sean Payton will file an appeal of his season-long suspension with the NFL on Friday.
Would Bill Parcells come out of retirement yet again? “Tuna” said Wednesday that he’d consider doing his friend, Sean Payton, the favor if asked.
Bill Parcells would be able to blow the dust off his last few introductory speeches, and then leave the team and town before they become lethally sick of each other.
Facing a season-long suspension for his role in the Saints’ bounties program, Payton planned to meet with Parcells, his former boss, on Tuesday, a conversation that will include who will coach New Orleans this coming season.
Bill Parcells said Monday that the Saints have not contacted him about possibly coaching the team in the wake of Sean Payton’s one-year suspension, which still could be appealed.
It was a shocking day in the NFL. Not sure which is more incredible, the fact that coach Sean Payton was suspended for a season without pay OR the fact that Tim Tebow is now part of the Jets organization.
New Orleans Saints’ head coach Sean Payton felt the wrath of the NFL’s discipline as he was suspended for the entire 2012 season.
Jerry Recco began his first update of the morning by covering — what else? — Peyton Manning.
We heard from Eli Manning, Hakeem Nicks and Jason Pierre-Paul who all offered their take on the bounty program in New Orleans.
While the urgency to address the running game may be greater for the Giants, the solutions are less apparent with leading rusher Ahmad Bradshaw sidelined by a right foot injury.
Reggie Bush said Thursday that his decision to relinquish his Heisman Trophy is “not an admission of guilt,” just the best way to end the controversy.